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THE 1959 




PRESENTS... 



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Published By 

THE SENIOR CLASS 
PLYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL 

Plymouth, Massachusetts 



Co-Editors 

VIRGINIA EMOND 

ANN WHITE 

Business Manager 
BRUCE EMOND 

Advisor 
ROLAND HOLMES 







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In words and picture, we 




Although 'tis wise to ever look ahead, 
let us take exception and turn back to 
1958-1959 in review. 

The Pilgrim cordially invites you to 
come along with us as we scan past 
horizons, recollecting those moments 
of happiness and seriousness which 
have combined to make this past year 
a memorable one. 

Through the magic of the camera, 
perhaps you'll chuckle with us as we 
candidly present ourselves, complete 
with thumb-nail sketches. We'll meet 
the mighty Blue Eagles of football, 
basketball, baseball, and track and 
reminisce about such social highlights 
as "Stardust" and "Cupid's Capers." 

Creative effort also rears its head in 
the field of science, which plays such 
an important and vital role in the 
world today. 

And now, forward we go — on to new 
horizons, fortified with confidence and 
courage that we can face the challenge 
ahead. 








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CONTENTS 

FACULTY 

SENIORS 1 

UNDERGRADS f 

ACTIVITIES e 

SPORTS 1 




review 



the... 



This year Mr. Lawrence Bongiovanni be- 
came principal of Plymouth High School. 
A Plymouthian, he was graduated from 
this school in 1934. He received his A.B. 
and Ed.M. from Boston University and his 
M.A. from Middlebury. After working a 
year on the Pembroke faculty, he was re- 
quested by the federal government to 
serve in the F.B.I. Three years later he 
came to the Plymouth Junior High School 
where he worked as a guidance counselor 
and civics teacher. Mr. Bongiovanni spends 
his free time traveling and enjoying music. 
The class of 1959 wishes him continued 
success as principal of Plymouth High 
School. 



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MR. LAWRENCE BONGIOVANNI 



A WORD FROM OUR PRINCIPAL 



Twenty-five years ago the Class of '34 presented 
its yearbook to the students and faculty of 
Plymouth High School. It is with considerable 
feeling that as a member of that class I extend 
a greeting and cordial good wishes to the Class 
of '59. 

The guest speaker at our graduation exercises 
thrilled us as he described the glory of climbing 
into the skies by way of the Swiss Alps . . . 
limited horizons, indeed, for your generation 
which has just recently been given the world of 
outer space to conquer. 



As the faculty and I watch you go your sepa- 
rate ways, we do so with the hope that we have 
given you some measure of understanding of 
what lies ahead. We believe that this has been 
the task entrusted to us. To you our appreciation 
for helping us to fulfill it. 

We hope that our mutual association has re- 
sulted in a strengthening of your faith in your 
God and in our way of life. Because we cherish 
that association so deeply, we urge you to think 
kindly of us and to come back to visit when you 
can. Rest assured that you will be remembered. 



..highlights of our Senior Year 



Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company 



Capable leaders instruct and 




DEDICATED TO... 



MR. LAWRENCE BONGIOVANNI 



We dedicate our yearbook to Mr. Lawrence 
Bongiovanni, who has proved to be a valuable 
friend and capable principal in the short time 
he has been with us. His conscientious guidance 
and excellent example has been an inspiration 
to us all. 



The respect and confidence Mr. Bongiovanni 
inspired in us even when we knew him in Junior 
High, has grown and will continue to do so as 
he goes on leading us toward graduation. It is 
fortunate that our school is able to have the 
unwavering hand of Mr. Bongiovanni to govern 
our educational pattern. 



guide us 



• Mr. Chester A. Sweatt, 
Superintendent 

WELCOME... 

It is with a great deal of pleasure that 
we welcome you, Chester A. Sweatt, to 
our school system and our town. The 
office of Superintendent of School is 
not one where there is frequent con- 
tact with the student body, and there 
are not many opportunities to develop 
friendships. You have expressed a desire 
to surmount this barrier, and there is 
nothing we would like better. 

Everyone hopes you will enjoy work- 
ing with us and living among us for 
many years to come. 



School Committee-Front: Mr. Joseph Contente, Mrs. 
Jane Gellar, Mr. Alton Cavicchi, Mr. Harry Doyle. 

Second: Mr. Spencer Brewster, Mr. Chester Sweatt, 
Miss Elinor Sanderson, Dr. Samuel Stewart. 




...TO OUR SUPERINTENDENT 






ENGLISH 

Miss Iris Albertini, Mr. Roland 
Holmes, Mrs. Miriam Raymond, Mrs. 
Alice Urann, Mr. Charles Harrell. 



FACULTY 



Mr. John Pacheco, Mrs. Margaret 
Brown, Mrs. Irene Bouchard, Mr. 
Louis Tata. 




FOREIGN LANGUAGES 

Miss Jeanette Jacques, 

Mr. John Tavernelli 



GUIDANCE 

Mr. Donald Wilson, 
Mrs. Miriam Raymond 




SCIENCE 

Mr. Louis Cappannari, Mr. John Packard, 

Mr. Claiborne Young 



MATHEMATICS 
Mr. Mario Romano, Miss Nellie Locklin 



teachers. ..counselors...friends 




DRIVER EDUCATION 
Mr. Richard Smiley, Mr. Joseph DeSisto 



ATHLETICS 

Miss Marjorie Knight, Mr. Lin Sutcliffe, 

Mr. Harold Rogers, Miss Joan Shea 

Teachers, who bring children of many 
backgrounds together for reading, think- 
ing and experimenting, guide students 
through the most important years of 
their lives. They prepare students schol- 
astically, emotionally, and socially to 
assume the duties of their careers and 
communities. How important are they 
who hold the world's future in their 
hands! 



COMMERCIAL 
Front: Miss Helen Johnson. 
Second: Miss Reatrice Arthur, Mrs. Helen 
Bagnall, Mrs. Lydia Gardner. 




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Always Ready to Serve... 




OFFICE STAFF-Front Row: 
Anne Zoccolante, Lorna Mc- 
Lean, Mrs. Marion Whiting, 
Sec, Carol Morin, Patricia 
Voght, Virginia Emond. Back 
Row: Carol Cavacco, Kathleen 
Atwood, Margaret Fahey, 
Patricia Hauthaway, Judith 
Jones. 



How is my son doing in math? 



Sneak preview! 




CAFETERIA-Miss Mary Zucchi, 
Mrs. Lillian Thomas, Mrs. Caroline 
Vecchi, Mrs. Mary Scagliarini. 
Absent: Mrs. Clara Locatelli, Mrs. 
Rena Stefani, Mrs. Louise Shaw, 
Mrs. Dora Zoccolante. 



SENIORS 




Friends to be 

remembered 





Frank Anderson 
President 



SENIOR CLASS 
OFFICERS 



Plymouth High School is very fortunate in hav- 
ing four outstanding students leading the Senior 
Class. These students— Frank Anderson, presi- 
dent; Steve Billey, vice president; Pat Veiga, 
secretary; and Diane Guaraldi, treasurer— stand 
out not only scholastically, but are tops in char- 
acter, leadership, and dependability. They are 
indeed a credit to themselves, their school, and 
their community. 



Outstanding in... 



Stephen Frederick Billey 
Vice President 





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Patricia Ann Veiga 
Secretary 




Diane Kathryn Guaraldi 
Treasurer 



Leadership 



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Didn't you know 
I had feet? 



GEORGE STEVEN ALDROVANDI 

Steve— "What's for dinner?"— here's another car lover- 
seen with Sam, Roger, Kuhnie, and especially Judy— 
always sitting in the junior corridor, taking in money- 
drives to Quincy frequently— Steve's plans after 
graduation are to get married and go to night school. 
lOc-a-week collector 1,2; Head Collector 3. 




Shocking, ain't it? 



RACHEL ALEXANDER 

Rae— "You all"— Rae is a pretty Southern belle from 
the heart of Florida— she's seen with Ina, Debbie, and 
the gang from Manomet— spent the winter in Florida! 
she plans to become an airline hostess— goes to dances 
with Karl— Florida's loss, Plymouth's gain— secretly 
desires to get married barefooted. 





BETTY FRANCES ALMEIDA 

Boo— "Where is he?"— no, Betty doesn't talk!— a real 
riot— seen with Patty, Margot, Judy, Carole and Van 
Twinkles— she plans marriage after graduation— Betty's 
secret desire is to drive that certain '51 Chevy— she 
is the kind with the bubbling personality. 
Marching Girls 3; Music 1,3; Volleyball 3. 




Cold? 




JOAN MARIE ALVES 

Jo Jo— "Where's Sis?"— usually seen with Terry, Pat, 
Jan, and Maurice?— one of our best dancers— Jo wants 
to drive a certain '58 Ford— headed for Montreal, 
Canada after graduation— loves to eat (jag)— she's a 
dungaree doll— problems, problems— to spend a month 
in New York with her cousin Pat— her special weak- 
ness—Boys. 
Music 1,2,3. 




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What's so funny? 




ROBERT BURTON AMES 

Bob— "Sufferin' Cats"— one of the boys at Woolworth's 
—drives a hot Plymouth— dislikes snobby girls— hail's 
from Federal Furnace Road— after graduation, Navy 
bound— seen with Tom, Carol, and Lyn— does he have 
an interest in a certain someone in Woolworth's?— 
secret desire: to be manager of Woolworth's. 



FRANK ANDERSON 

Frankie— "Well, that's the breaks!"— Frank's the kind 
of guy everyone likes— to weigh 210 pounds— can be 
found either in the gym, the baseball diamond, or 
the football field, depending on what season it is— 
seen with Pete, Jud, Bob, Rags, Kuhnie, and the guys 
—plans on college. 

Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3; S.A.S. 1,2,3; 
Fund Collector 1; Sophomore Class Vice-President; Junior and 
Senior Class President; Latin Club 1; Baseball 1,2,3. 



CAROLYN WEBSTER ARRUDA 

Carol— "Take a chance"— one of Woolworth's efficient 
helpers— seen frequently at Tassy's— always driving 
an orange and cream Buick— does she admire a certain 
someone in her homeroom class!— with Linda, Sandy, 
and the "Dreamers"— her first period English class- 
after graduation, plans to become an airline hostess- 
secret desire: to own a '59 Ford convertible. 




What, me worry? 




Yes, folks— I'm Anderson! 




Me, lazy? 




GREGORY ROBERT BALER 

Greg— He's usually seen with Bruce, Larry, Steve, 
and Jed— "Therefore"— after graduation he plans to 
attend college and then retire— secretly desires to 
learn how to rock and roll— one of Tedeschi's men- 
picture him as an attorney. 

Pilgrim Staff 1,2,3, Co-editor of literary Staff; Press Club 3; 
Latin Club 1; Honor Group. 



'It just can't be done!" 



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BRENDA LOUISE BARTLETT 

Bren— "Okey, doke"— Brenda's another lover of Prob- 
lems class— she's frequently found in Duxbury— 
what's Italy got that the U.S.A. hasn't?— Brenda's seen 
with Pat. Sandy, Bernice, and the Dreamers— after 
graduation she plans to get married— that little brother 
—she's a real shorty— like 's to get her homelessons 
out of the way. 
10c-a-week collector 2. 




Doing the cha-cha. 




A trough would be easier! 





HAROLD HENRY BARUFALDI 

Jap— "What a dipper"— oh! those wise comments- 
found in his '53 Dodge— here's another Boston Bruins 
and "Ma" Urann fan— Harry is usually seen with Jack 
and Frank— he'll miss those English tests!— to own a 
sleek '59 Cadillac convertible— plans to become an 
Inspector for the Begistry of Motor Vehicles. 



Pilgrim Staff 3; Football 1,2,3; lOc-a-week 
Music 1,2; Orchestra 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3. 



collector 3; 



ROBERT WHITING BEAL 

Alfie— "I never lose my temper!"— Bob's one of P.H.S's 
speedy football stars— he's a pipe smoker during the 
off season— what goes on at those Hanson dances?— 
You'll find him in Louie's with Jed, Davis, Bill, and 
Clem— a tennis star is born— those little brothers— oh! 
to be six feet tall. 



Pilgrim Staff 3; Football 2,3; Cross Country 1; 
2,3; S.A.S. 3; Music 2,3. 



Varsity Club 



WENDY BEAUREGARD 

Windy— "Come on, let's go!"— Wendy is one of our 
cute cheerleaders— likes boys and food— oh! that bro- 
ther of hers— leaving Plymouth after graduation- 
seen with Betty, Marcia, Nan, Sue, Anne— always 
seen in her black bomb (Olds)— Walter Winchell II— 
secret desire: to own the fastest car in Plymouth. 

Pilgrim Staff 2,3; Field Hockey 1; Library Staff 3; Music 1,2; 
Cheerleader 2,3; Badminton 1; Softball 1,2; Tennis 1; Travel 
Club 2. 



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Shucks fellas, I'm 
embarrassed! 




Not another "Dear John?" 



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A real thought, huh Steve? 




STEPHEN FREDERICK BILLEY 

Steve— "Let's go, gang"— he's often seen with Jed, 
Pete, Bruce, Frankie, Davis, Greg, and, of course, 
Ginny— Steve is planning a career in engineering or 
physics— he's grown tall on Mrs. Emond's cooking— 
to sleep late in the morning— he dislikes unpolished 
cars, especially a certain Model A. 

Pilgrim Staff 2, Editor of Boy's Sports Staff 3; Football 2,3; 
Basketball 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3; Biology Science 
Seminar 1; S.A.S. 2,3; Fund Collector 2,3; Class Vice-President 
2,3; Library Staff 3; Latin Club 1, President 2; National Honor 
Society 2,3; Honor Group. 



PATRICIA MARY BLACK 

Pat— "What?"— Pat's the quiet type— one of the girls 
from McLellan's— likes a certain someone who drives 
a blue Chevy— seen always with Janet S.— plans after 
graduation to attend a nursing school— secret desire: 
to marry an X-ray technician— (wonder which one?) 
Bank Teller 2,3; Music 1,3. 



What, no toothpicks? 





ROBERT JAMES BRANAGAN 

Bob— "Do you believe it?"— what's the attraction in 
the sophomore corridor?— he's heading for college- 
seen with Dave, Ken, Poke, Dick, Fred— a certain 
blonde— to sail around the world as a crew member 
on the Mayflower— -the class pharmacist is always 
cracking those corny jokes— loves movies in physics 
class. 
Radio Club 2; Volleyball 3. 



FRANCIS THOMAS BRENNER 

Frank— "Crazy"— work, work, work, are his plans after 
graduation— Frank is seen with Ginny, Gato, Chick, 
Tony, Jim, Pat, John, and the gang at the Mobil 
Station in Kingston— if he could get a super charger 
for his Ford, he would be the happiest car owner! 
Bank Teller 1,2. 




What's so interesting? 




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I'm die boss, so what? 






Touche! 




JOHN JOSEPH BROWN 

Johnny— "You're asking for it"— he wants to join the 
Navy after graduation— you'll find him with Cheryl, 
Butch, and Manny— his secret desire is to buy a yacht 
—he's a good skater too!— one of the tall boys— always 
down the bowling alleys. 



WALTER JAMES BURKE 

Burkie— "Good grief!"— Burkie's a sort of Einstein and 
Milton Berle all rolled into one— those crazy jokes- 
seen with Bill and Bob— he comes from Cedarville— 
one of the best in J.P.'s band— where did he get his 
brains?— has college plans for next year— he secretly 
desires to become a millionaire and retire at twenty. 

Biology Science Seminar 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3; Music 1,2; Orches- 
tra 2,3; Volleyball 3. 



WARREN JOHN CABRAL 

Mussa— "Settle down, fellas"-would like to do "Patch- 
work" all over again— seen at the Bathole with Den 
and other North Plymouth fellas-Mussa, what hap- 
pened to your bull?— dislikes teachers and homework 
in general— after graduation, Navy bound— one of Ma 
Urann's little helpers— his secret desire: to be an 
Olympic fencer. 



ALTHEA MARGARET CALLAHAN 

Al— "I know"— she studies French!-a Manometite— 
"Darn!"-college, here she comes-if she could fly to 
Germany (sigh) -seen with Jan, Pam, Donivee, and 
Anne-find her at the Manomet Youth Club-a Room 
30 fan-all those brothers-stays home from school 
to write letters. 




"Big" John 




See this? Watch out! 




Althea and albino friend! 



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NORMA ANN CALZOLARI 

Little Miss Muffet— "Oh, great!"— she talks?— plans to 
attend a business school— makes a cute secretary- 
seen with Bette, Ann, Marissa, Rosalie, and Dick- 
Dick who?— hopes to get married to the boss?— so 
quiet— from Cedarville but is often in Plymouth- 
hamming it up in "Mixed Nuts" for Mrs. Urann. 




Come right in! 




MARISA CARPEGGIANI 

Maris— "Imagine!!"— after graduation you'll see her 
working in an office— Maris is usually anywhere that 
Ann, Norma, Rosalie, and Bette are— if she could, 
she would explore the Universe— she's very well 
known for her dependability and big smile. 
Pilgrim Staff 3; Music 1,3. 




I've had it! 




Carol- 



CAROL ANN CAVACCO 

"Yes, sweetie!"— wonder who "sweetie" is?- 



her eyes really shine when she sees Donnie— seen with 
Barb, Linda, Pat, Carolyn, Vernie, Jean, and Judy- 
she HELPS in the office period six— she conspires 
with Joanne— going to get married and move to Con- 
necticut—wishes she had the money to travel when 
and where she wants to— "But, but, but"— here Carol 
comes running down the hall! 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Wc-a-week collector 1,2,3; Office Assistant 3; 
Bank Teller 3. 




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You come on business, 
sir? 




Oh, why did I take art? 



NANCY ADELAIDE CHASE 

Nance— "are you crazy?"— Nancy just hates her middle 
name!— seen with Pat, Gay, Sharon, Bev, and the 
Chiltonville gang— she's inclined to be rather quiet- 
plans after graduation to attend a business school- 
seen slaving at the Buttner Co.— secret desire; to beat 
out Karl in a drag. 

Pilgrim Staff 2; Bank Teller 1; Music 3. 



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My autograph? 
Why certainly! 




I did not! 



PETER CLARK 

Pete— "Great balls of fire!"— Pete's a sort of ladies' 
man and devil all rolled into one— his 210 pounds 
really counted in football— will he really be a min- 
ister?— he's seen with Bob, Ted, Jud, and Frank- 
he has college plans for next year— those imitations 
make him a riot throughout the year— to make a T.D.! 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2; Varsity Club 2,3; 
S.A.S. President 3; Press Club 1,2; Library Staff 3; Latin 
Club 1,2; Travel Club 2; Dance Committees; Class Money- 
Making Committee. 



SUSAN CLARK 

Sue— "Hey, kids, let's eat"— one of the Big Three on 
the basketball team— "Brother, can you spare a 
dime?"— seen with Reet, Betty, and Richie— can you 
picture her the mother of 10 kids?— has a weakness 
for a '51 green Chevie— oh, those weekends with a 
certain someone— goes to Frankie with her problems 
—secretly desires to abolish the Mayflower. 

Pilgrim Staff 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2; Press 
Club 1,2; Badminton 1; Softball 1; Tennis 1,2,3; Travel Club 
2; Volleyball 3. 







WILLIAM WEILD CLARK 

Bill— "Hi, Doll"— those dances at Priscilla Beach in 
the summer— he frequents Hanson with Jed, Bruce, 
Davis, and Beal— here's another rock 'n roll fan 
—after school he heads for the Cordage Lab— his next 
step is to U. Mass.— he loves hockey, skiing, and 
baseball— canoe rides on the pond?— Bill secretly de- 
sires to be a D.J. for WCOP. 

Cross Country 1,2; Varsity Club 2,3; 10c-a-week collector 1; 
Music 1; Baseball 1,2,3; Dance Committees; Biology Science 
Seminar 3. 




Let's rock with Bill! 




EDWARD MARTIN CLOUGH, JR. 

Clog— "I almost dropped my teeth"— college is Ted's 
next goal; right now it's to get that '37 Plymouth 
started— he's seen with Pete, Barry, Steve, Bob, and 
the "boys"— our left tackle, he really looks the part 
without his three front teeth— secret desire; to get 
along with his parents— Ted's another one of the 
imports from Sacred Heart. 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Football 1,2,3; Track 2; Varsity Club 2,3; 
Music 3; Latin Club 1; Dance Committees. 




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Love me tender! 




BETTE ANN CONCHERI 

Bette— "Step'n fetch it"— oh those beautiful eyes- 
seen with Norma, Rosy, Ann, and Marisa— "Sleeping 
beauty"— secretly desires to be in a drag race (in 
Billy's car)— "Jeepers Crow"— can't wait to leave 
Manomet— to live in Plymouth! 




You don't say! 




"La Stink" by Schultz 
of Brooklyn 




BARBARA EVELYN COSTA 

Barb— "That's the way it goes"— Barb plans to get 
married after graduation— seen with Linda, Pat, 
Nancy, Judy, Carolyn, and Vern— she has a secret 
desire to travel and have that certain someone— here 
is a "reliable" girl who wishes someday to own a 
Thunderbird. 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Music 3; Typist. 



KATHERINE MARIE ANNE DARSCH 

Cuddles— "Oh, no," "Forget it"— Kathy is seen with 
Peggy, Joanne, and (J.V. )— she is always talking— 
oh that stenography class— always eating ( fried 
clams and onion rings)— loves to flirt with the boys- 
after graduation Kathy plans to go to a comptometer 
school— she secretly desires to marry a tall, dark, 
handsome man. 





At her favorite hobby! 




ROBERT WINSLOW DAVIS 

Davis— "Sure, I believe you"— Bob's the comedian 
type with quite a flair for math and science— here's 
one of the Hanson gang— during the summer, you'll 
find him at Plymouth Rock— who ever taught him to 
write? (hieroglyphics)— seen at Louie's with Jed, Bob, 
and Bill— after graduation he is bound for engineer- 
ing school. 

Pilgrim Staff 2,3; Senior Superlative Editor; Track 2; Cross 
Country 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3; Biology Science Seminar 3; 
Music 1; Latin Club 1; National Honor Society 3; Honor 
Group. 

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Not bad! 





"A hunting we will go!' 



FREDERICK STANLEY DE COST, JR. 

Freddie— "Wanna punch in the mouth, kid?"— "De- 
Ko"— Freddie's one of the Chiltonville Militia— he's 
seen with Dave, Bob, Ken, Poke, Richie, and the rest 
of the Militia— those physics tests bother him— one of 
the Mayflower Pilgrim boys— Fred belongs to the 
"Ma" Urann Fan Club— to sell 300 guide books on 
the Mayflower. 

Football 3; Basketball 1,2; Volleyball 3; Baseball 2,3. 



JOSEPH EDWARD DIACHUN 

Jed— "Seriously, now"— Jed's a real charmer from 
way back— Hanson dances— he's seen with Davis, Rob, 
Bill, and Clem— one of the "1620" boys— to sing with 
the Four Freshmen— University of Michigan is his 
destination— oh, those jokes— girls from Hanson. 

Pilgrim Staff 2,3; Senior Statistics Editor; Football 2,3; Basket- 
ball 1; Varsity Club 3; S.A.S. 1,2; Fund Collector 1; Sopho- 
more Class President; Office Assistant 3; Bank Teller 3; 
Music 1; Student Government Day Representative; Dance 
Committees; Class Motto Committee. 



FRED DITTRICH III 

Dit— seen riding to school in his old Chevy every 
day— usually with Phil, Dennis, Wally, and Bill- 
sometimes with a certain senior— "Holy mackerel, 
there Andy"— to make a "rod" out of his '34 Chevy— 
Dit's pet peeve is a certain senior girl— headed for 
the Navy. 
Stage hand 2,3. 




SANDRA JOYCE DRIES 

Sandy— "All right, already"— Sandy's one of our quiet 
little classmates— thinks she will get married after 
graduation— seen with Brenda, Pat, and the Dreamers 
—whenever she's around you'll hear her singing 
"Money Honey"— Sandy has a secret desire' to go to 
New Jersey (wonder why?)— she would love to go 
swimming with Tab Hunter. 




Smile, Freddie! 




'And if I'm elected—" 








Well, it's cold in here! 



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CLAIRE LEROYA ELLIOT 

Claira— "Wha shu do'en?"— So quiet— elle parle fran- 
cais!— seen with the Manomet gang— she'll be a drafts- 
woman on graduation from Franklin Tech— "uh"— 
wishes she were tall— she wants to marry a handsome 
engineer— that certain someone— walks so fast down 
that long hall— beware when she gets angry!— "Arsenic 
and Old Lace" star— she's very shy. 
Library Staf* 2,3; Typist; Music 1,2,3; Dance Committees. 




Love note? 







BRUCE ARTHUR EMOND 

Bruce— censored— he is the pint-sized guy with the 
big heart— "Can you see over the wheel of that '49 
Pontiac?"— he is seen with Bill, the 2 Bob's, Greg, 

Steve, and Larry headed for U. Mass. -To have 

Miss Jacques as a pupil for one day! 

Pilgrim Staff 1,2,3; Business Manager; Cross Country 1,2,3; 
Varsity Club 1,2,3; Biology Science Seminar 2; lOc-a-week 
collector 1,2,3; Press Club 1,2; Music 1; Bank Teller 1; Latin 
Club 1,2; National Honor Society 2,3; Travel Club 2; Dance 
Committees 1,2,3; Honor Group; Engineer's Council 3; S.A.S., 3. 



VIRGINIA RUTH EMOND 

Ginny— "Oil, no, not really"— best known for her 
dependability and friendliness— with Ann, Nancy, 
Ruth, Wendy, Jane, and Stephanie— bound for B.U. 
School of Nursing— who's that 6'4" blond??? Steve?— 
a cute Drum Majorette who can really strut!— oh, to 
be Mr. Sarson's babysitter! 

Pilgrim Staff 1,2,3; Co-editor; Basketball Manager 2; Field 
Hockey 1; Biology Science Seminar 1,2; Biology Lab Staff 1; 
Drum Major Leader 1,2,3; S.A.S. 1,2; Secretary 3; Fund Col- 
lector 1,2; Sophomore Class Secretary; Office Assistant 3; 
Music 1; Latin Club Secretary 1; Radio Club 2; National 
Honor Society 2,3; Biology Experimenter's Council 1; Dance 
Committees; Honor Group; Chairman Class Gift Committee. 




At it again! 




Who've you got hooked 
now? 




So what if I have a 
handbag? 



DANIEL ENOS 

Dan— "Lookin for trouble?"— Dan can often be found 
in the junior corridor— loves to hunt— all those sum- 
mer dates— He can be found in Puritan's after school 
(saving up all that money)— Danny's everybody's 
friend— seen driving his father's Ford— with Bill, Pinto, 
Skip, and Sam— to own a new sports car. 



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MARGARET ELLEN FAHEY 

Peggy— "Oh, sugar!"— Peggy is another one of Mrs. 
Whiting's little helpers— seen with Kathy, Joanne and 
Pat— oh, that New Bedford guy-who's Bob Therrien? 
—Peggy plans to be married after graduation— always 
smiling and friendly to everyone! 
Office Assistant 3; Bank Teller 3; Music 1; Dance Committees. 




Nightly ritual! 




Now let me think! 



ANN MARIE FERAZZI 

Ann— "Oh, nuts"— neat and trim in an office— find 
her with Marisa, Norma, Rosalie, Bette— what a 
private secretary she'd make for Mrs. Gardner!— 
wonder what's at Plymouth Academy— seen strolling 
through town with "him"— what a desire to put 
Walter and Bruce into a wastepaper basket!— "Don't 
bother me." 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Music 1,3; Typist 3; Ticket Seller 1; Volley- 
ball 3. 






JOANNE FERRARI 

Joan— "Bet you do!"— seen with Peggy, Kathy, Sandy— 
that sixth period study?— wonder what's so interesting 
in 105 period six?can't you see her in California with 
XXX?— "Who pulled down the curtain!"— plans to 
get married— those flying fingers over the keyboard— 
that transcription!— "Do you have to talk?"— likes to 
eat. 



CYNTHIA JOYCE FOLEY 

Tinny— "Is everybody happy?"— those pigeons!— recep- 
tionist at Jordan Hospital— is going to Colby Jr.— to 
be a medical technologist— Mood Music— loves crew 
sweaters— oh, to organize things in 101— "Someday 
my prince will come!" 

Pilgrim Staff 1,2,3; Biology Science Seminar 2,3; Student 
Council 1; Press Club 1,2,3; Music 1,2; Latin Club 1,2; Radio 
Club 2; Biology Experimenter's Council 2,3; Dance Commit- 
tees 1,2; Honor Group. 

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Search for the missing 
book? 




Don't over-exercise 
yourself, Cynthia! 




Dual personality! 



PHILIP JOHN FORNACIARI 

Phil— "Come on, Denny"— after graduation, he plans 
to join the Marines— he is seen with Denny, Fred, 
Wally, Jones, and Owens— Phil's secret desire is to have 
a million dollars— the quiet type— he slaves at Jordan's 
after school— a future D.I. —"To know him is to like 
him." 




ROBERT MANDO GHIDONI 

Bob— "Seriously, now"— another one of the boys who 
has trouble with his car— Bob is going into the service 
after graduation— seen with Bags, Jud, Bob, and 
Mike— he plays halfback on the football team and is 
a tough man to bring down— Bob's secret desire is to 
have the "Bockets" win a game. 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3. 




"Casanova" 





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JUDITH ELLEN GILBERT 

Muffy— "Holy Mackerel"— loves all kinds of sports, 
especially football— wants to become a fullback ( No. 
36)— seen with Carol, Marcia, Barb. Paula, and 
"Billie"— trouble with her green Ford— headed for 
Bay State Academy— puts life into dull parties and 
loves to eat— always on the telephone— secret desire: 
to own a certain black '50 Ford. 

Basketball 2; Co-captain 3; Field Hockey 2,3; Library Staff 3; 
Bank Teller 1,2; Music 1,2,3; Softball 2.3; Volleyball 3; Dance 
Committee 2,3. 



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Another Bembrandt! 



JANE CLAIRE GOODWIN 

Janie— "Qu'est-ce que"— to be a whiz at math— a class 
clown— she keeps the purse strings on S.A.S. money- 
after graduation it's Bridgewater State Teacher's Col- 
lege-she is a true blonde— still learning to turn 
corners— what would she do without Wendy, Ann, 
Ginny, Buth, Diane, JudyT or Lyn! 

Pilgrim Staff 2, Girls' Sports Editor 3; Basketball 1,2,3; Field 
Hockey 1,2,3; lOc-a-week collector 1,2,3; S.A.S. 3; Press Club 
1,2; Latin Club 1; Radio Club 2; Badminton 1,2; Softball 
1,2,3; Dance Committees. 



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And another thing- 




RUTH MARIE GOODWIN 

Ruth— "Oh, no!"— college is her distillation next fall— 
what happened to the car door, Ruth?— always in 
the girls' locker room— likes certain black Dodge and 
the driver— seen with Diane, Priscilla, Ann, Ginny, 
and Jane— she secretly desires to make a certain line- 
man toe the line— such a pretty Drum Majorette! 

Pilgrim Staff 1,2,3; Co-editor of Senior Specials; Basketball 
1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Biology Science Seminar 1; Drum 
Majorette 1,2,3; Student Council 3; Fund Collector 3; Press 
Club 1,2; Music 1; Latin Club 1,2; Radio Club 2; National 
Honor Society 2,3; Softball 1; Tennis 2,3; Volleyball 3; Dance 
Committees; Honor Group. 




Who's absent today? 




STEPHANIE ANN GRAY 

Stevie— "Oh, Honey!"— always available in time of 
need— a great pianist— stage manager of "Mixed Nuts" 
—plans to go to Howard University in Washington, 
D. C— assistant editor of Senior Statistics— seen with 
Ginny, Ann, and Nancy— secret desire: to get through 
four years of college. 

Pilgrim Staff Co-Editor of Senior Statistics 3; Field Hockey 1; 
Marching Girls 2,3; Press Club 1,2; Music 1; Latin Club 1,2; 
Volleyball 3; Dance Committees. 





Get your morning paper! 




DIANE KATHRYN GUARALDI 

Di— "Leave me alone!"— she intends to go to a college 
after graduation— you see her with Priscilla, Jane, 
Ruth, and Judie— has trouble with physics— she secret- 
ly desires to have longer weekend— Di is our honest 
class treasurer. 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; lOc-a- 
week collector 1; Press Club 1,2; Senior Class Treasurer; Latin 
Club 1; Radio Club 2; Badminton 1,2; Softball 1; Tennis 1,2,3; 
Volleyball 3; Dance Committees; Honor Group. 




Happy New Year! 




Hey handsome, you 
forget your change! 



MARY ELENA GUIDOBONI 

Mary— "Nuts"— college bound— oh, Mary, all those 
books— seen in the biology lab— with Cynthia— hm! all 
the trips to Brown University?— pigeons and rats and 
all the little animals— secretly desires to give the 
teachers an "easy quiz." 

Pilgrim Staff 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1; Biology Science Seminar 
2,3; Biology Lab Staff 1,2,3; S.A.S. 3; Press Club 1,2,3; Music 
1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2; National Honor Society 2,3; Biology 
Experimenter's Council 2,3; Travel Club 2; Science Club 1; 
Honor Group. 



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IRVING WILSON HARDING 

Irv— "C'mon now, man!"— Irv's one of the Cedarville 
gang— he's always thumbing home— seen with Karly 
and the gang— he's always smiling— that familiar 
waddle (sore feet)— Irv's a great catcher for P.H.S.— 
he likes to drive Mr. DeSisto crazy— everybody's 
"Man" to "cool" Irv— to take over the Global Class. 
Baseball 2,3; Football 3. 



PATRICIA ANN HAUTHAWAY 

Pat— "Let's go— anywhere!"— one of Mrs. Whiting's 
little helpers— seen with Peggy, Kathy, and Maryann 
—slaves at the Plymouth Nursing Home— frequently 
seen in the driver training car— after graduation, the 
service— Does she especially dislike homework?- secret 
desire: to live on a farm or in the mountains. 
Library Staff 3; Office Assistant 3; Bank Teller 2,3. 



MARYANN HIGGINS 

Mary— "I don't know"— she is seen with Judie J., Pat, 
Linda, and Kathie— one of her favorite pastimes is 
shopping at Tedeschi's— what do those bundle boys 
have?— after graduation she wants to become an air- 
line hostess or a secretary— weekends she works in 
Woolworth's and is the favorite salesgirl of a certain 
stockboy— secretly desires to have a record on the 
Top Ten. 




'Old Bret" Harding! 




Interesting? 




Lookin' for something 
special? 




Quick escape! 



MARGARET FREDELINE HUNSON 

Margot— "Where are my car keys?"— seen with Judy, 
Patty, Carole, and Van Twinkles— picture Margot as 
a nurse in the men's ward— she can't resist arguing 
with Bobby— always riding in the Big Buick— that 
long, beautiful hair!— whatever you do, Margot, don't 
cut it— does she make up her eyes?who is more stub- 
born, Margot or Bobby? 

Pilgrim Staff 2,3; Basketball 1,2; Field Hockey 1,2; Marching 
Girls 1,2,3; Student Council 3; Fund Collector 3; Press Club 
1,2; Music 1,2,3; Latin Club 1,2; Badminton 1; Softball 1; 
Tennis 1; Volleyball 3. 



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CARL MANUAL JACINTHO 

Ja Twanger— "Sure is lucky"— after graduation you 
will be seeing him in either a Marine or Navy uni- 
form—wherever you see Dune, Fuzzy, and Renato, 
you will see Carl— his secret desire is to own a '59 
Chevie Corvette— playing blueball with Limpio. 



That familiar stare! 





DOROTHY ANN JENKINS 

Dot— "Oh, Gosh!"— she's a member of "Mixed Nuts" 
—she's an import from Quincy— seen with Jackie and 
Sue— after graduation she's headed for the Waves— 
that set shot from the outside— secretly desires to 
keep that a secret— she enjoys those physics tests— a 
certain junior! 

Field Hockey 3; Volleyball 3. 



Don't bother me! 





ETHELYN MARIE JONES 

Lyn— "Heck, what did I do now?"— who calls her 
"Kitten"?— wants to marry HIM ( and probably will ) — 
seen with Carol, Chick, Fran— "stop it!"— here she 
comes— talks once in a while— don't get her angry- 
Tommy's sister— talks to Fran— the shy type. 

Library Staff 2. 




Gulp! Just swallowed a 
basketball! 



JOHN THOMAS JONES, JR. 

Killer— "Hello, punk"— rather quiet— seen with Ames, 
Martin, Phil, Denny, and the boys— after graduation, 
he plans to poin the Navy— dislikes girls in general- 
slaves' on a chicken farm— his favorite snack is ham- 
burg and French fries— secret desire: to have served 
under Commander Holmes in the Navy. 




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Yes, this is my home! 




JUDITH MAE JONES 

Judie— "No!"— seen with Susie, Mary, Diane, Judie— 
she works at the candy counter!— "That'll be a riot!" 
(and it was)— wants to be an airline hostess— hope 
she doesn't get air-sick— if she could only own a 
Jaguar!— a highway menace— likes gym? 
Pilgrim Staff 3; Office Assistant 3; Music 1; Latin Club 1. 




Ho hasn't come yet! 

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Student at work? 




PATRICIA KATHERINE KAISER 

Pat— "Oh, well, that's life!"— after graduation she plans 
to "live, love, and be happy"— Pat is seen with Lin, 
Barb, Vern, Nanc, Judy, and Carrie— her secret desires 
are to ice skate like Tenley Albright and to buzz 
around in her own red and white convertible— on 
Friday nights, Pat and the gang can be found eating 
pizza at Ernie's. 

Basketball 3; Office Assistant 2,3; Music 3; Volleyball 3. 



JUDITH ANN KEGLER 

Judy— "What a nut!"— Judy's one of those girls who's 
always laughing— she's going to be an airline hostess 
—has a special weakness for tall boys— seen with 
Margot, Pat, Carol and Van Twinkles— at Tassy's with 
the kids— to teach Dave how to bop— "Oh! Denise!" 

Pilgrim Staff 2,3; Basketball 1; Field Hockey 1; Press Club 
1,2; Library Staff 2,3; Bank Teller 3; Music 1,2; Cheerleader 
Sub. 2,3; Badminton 2; Softball 1; Volleyball 3; Dance Com- 
mittees; Game Helper 1; Class Colors Chairman 3. 




P~z rh 17 kl 

Service deluxe! 





ROY ALBERT KUHN 

Kuhnie— Roy is one of the North Plymouth gang- 
seen with Sam, Steve, and Frank— "I'm starved!" 
— Plymouth's answer to both Bob Cousy and 
Nellie Fox— Roy's a star on the basketball court and 
the baseball diamond— wishes to meet a phototype of 
those girls!— a Tedeschi man— Uncle Sam is his next 
boss. 



Basketball 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3; 
1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3. 



Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 




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Kuhnie studying? 



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ANDREA JANE LA ROCQUE 

Ann— "Oh, no!"— "who doesn't like boys?"— oh, those 
weekends at B.U.— usually found with Paula, Wendy, 
Carolyn, and the boys— frequently found at Tassy's 
with the other two fish— which Bob is it?— she has 
the hottest Ford at P.H.S.— Ann loves art museums— 
secretly desires to learn proper English— "What a 
noodnick!" 



Pilgrim Staff 3; Basketball 2,3; Field Hockey 2; 
1,2,3; Softball 1,2; Volleyball 3. 



Badminton 




Everybody picks on Ann! 




RICHARD ARTHUR LA ROCQUE 

Rick— "Let's go bowling"— he's girl and car crazy— 
with Dave, Wes, Tibbetts, and Flip— planning on 
college— he can frequently be found at Harry's— a 
"Ma" Urann Fan Club member— talking in class— 
Leyden Press heir— always driving new convertibles- 
likes to go on long vacations. 




An airplane in the 
making! 







The long and short of it! 




KARL ARTHUR LEKBERG, JR. 

Lek— "Meat head"— he loves to drive a certain girl 
from Florida around in the '51 Plymouth— you'll find 
him with the boys from God's Country (Ellisville ) — 
the Navy will be glad to take him after school— his 
secret desire is to see Ellisville put on the map— our 
class flash is always with the camera, as well as the 
girls— slaving at "Benny's." 

Pilgrim Staff 1,2, Co-Editor Photography Staff 3; Football 1; 
lOc-a-week collector 1,2,3; Class Treasurer 1,2; Bank Teller 
1,3; Volleyball 3. 



Don't let it bother you! 



PATRICIA ANN LUNT 

Pat— "Yea, but"— slaves at the theatre sel'ing candy— 
her "quiet" 5th period study— seen with Midge, Bren, 
Sandy, Bernie, and the "Dreamers"— after graduation, 
marriage, or simply taking it easy— just loves pizzas- 
dislikes a certain 4th period subject— seen frequently 
at Tassy's— secret desire: to go to Hawaii. 



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NANCY ELAINE MacDUFFEE 

Nancy— "Tres good"— she's often seen in the girls' 
locker room— with Tinny, Sue, and Priscilla— "Hey, 
Nancy, hoop it!"— headed for U. Mass. to major in 
physical education— to train race horses— she's also a 
member of "Mixed Nuts." 

Pilgrim Staff 1; Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Biology 

Science Seminar 1,2; lOc-a-week collector 1; Latin Club 1,2; 

Radio Club 2; Badminton 1,2,3; Softball 1,2,3; Volleyball 3; 
Honor Group. 




Energy personified! 





JEAN EDITH MacPHEE 

Jeannie— "Oh, for goodness sakes!"— good looking with 
a wonderful personality— participates in all school 
activities— loves sports— one of our best students— a 
member of "Mixed Nuts"— seen with Sue, Priscilla, 
and Cynthia— very friendly— secret desire: to keep it a 
secret— she's headed for a career in nursing or 
teaching. 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 2; S.A.S. 2,3; 
Fund Collector 2,3; Radio Club 3; National Honor Society 2,3; 
Softball 2,3; Tennis 2; VoUeijball 3; Honor Group. 



HAROLD WILLIAM MAINI 

Harry— "Let's go eat!"— Harry's a fan of Mr. Packard's 
—he hopes to be the first man to land on Mars (good 
luck, Harry)— with Dave, Tom, Ronnie, and Denny- 
after graduation he's headed for East Coast Aero 
Tech— Pilgrim Drug— doesn't like girls?— a good friend 
to know. 
10c-a-week collector 3; Radio Club 3; Volleyball 3. 



RICHARD ANTONE MANFREDI 

Dickie— "Wha da ya say?"— Dick's the bearded boy 
in the class of '59— where did he get all those terrific 
clothes?— star of Problems class— summer girls— he's 
seen with Joe, Kenny, Tommy, and Bobby— he's 
frequently found in Kingston (Silver Lake)— the boy 
with the Oriental eyes— to buy his father's car. 
Football U Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3. 




'Via Air Mail!' 




His pride and joy! 



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INA NANCY MARSH 

Little girl— ponytail and sparkling blue eyes, you 
know it's Ina!— petite and quiet— "I am not too easy 
with Johnny!"— can't get her fill of potatoes and 
spaghetti— m-boy, that certain Christmas present— with 
Debbie and Rae— surely would like to cut the fringe 
off a certain janitor's dry mop!— when shall we hear 
those bells, Ina, September?— "Oh, Johnny." 




I'll hit you! 



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Don't get flip with me, 
youngester! 




LAWRENCE PHILIP MARTIN 

Duke— "Thanks, Sucker"— Duke's the Fred Astair of 
Rock 'n Roll— great at sports, especially basketball 
and pool— usually can be found at Romano's with 
Dix, Charlie, Tab, and the guys— going to join the 
Armed Forces after graduation— the "Crooner"— de- 
sires to play basketball for the Globetrotters, and 
probably will with his ability. 

Basketball 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3; Bank Teller 3; Music 2,3; 
Volleyball 3. 



BERNICE MARGARET McGUINNESS 

Bernie— "I'm so ner-r-vous"— is she?— plans unknown 
after graduation ( whatever that is ) —seen with Midge, 
Pat, Dougie, Linda, Brenda, "The Dreamers"— "and 
ya know"— she'd like to own a convertible— to relive 
Sept. 4th— always talking— keeps the lockers company 
—has her share of "Problems" with Miss Boucher— 
that hot Ford of hers. 




Teacher's Pet! 




LORNA ANNE McLEAN 

Termite— "Honey"— Lorna's another one who's always 
smiling— seen with Judy, Kay, Jean, Veig, Van 
Twinkles, and B.W.— Lorna's headed for secretarial 
school— one of J.P.'s marching girls— those Global as- 
signments—Mrs. Whiting's little helper— where did 
she get those big blue eyes?— spends her weekends 
at McLellan's— to marry that certain guy— Bobby! 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Marching Girls 2,3; Press Club 2; Office As- 
sistant 3; Music 1; Ticket-Seller 1; Dance Committees. 



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Don't shoot! 




MARY LUCRETIA MONTI 

Mary— "What am I gonna do?"— Mary's the cheerful 
type— one of our pretty cheerleaders— "Have you seen 
Stevie?"— what good's a license if you don't drive?— 
you'll find her in Currier's or right next door— Mary 
plans to be a secretary— a real good worker— a certain 
shoemaker. 

Pilgrim Staff 1,2, Co-Editor Senior Statistics 3; Basketball 1; 
Field Hockey 1; Biology Lab Staff 1; Marching Girls 1; 
lOc-a-week collector 1; S.A.S. 1,2; Fund Collector 1; Press 
Club 1; Music 1,2; Latin Club 1; Cheerleader 2,3; Softball 1; 
Vance Committees. 




Look out! 




Carol and FRIEND 



CAROL ANN MORIN 

Kay— "I don't care!"— Carol's one of the best dressed 
gals in our class— she has a weakness for a certain 
football captain (wonder who?)— seen with Lorna, 
Margot, Pat, Betty, Judy, and Van Twinkles— she's 
going to be a secretary— one of Mrs. Whiting's helpers 
—her secret desire: to play halfback with number 
"27." 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Marching Girls 2,3; Library Staff 2; Office 
Assistant 3; Bank Teller 1,2,3; Volleyball 3; Dance Committee 
1,2,3, Ticket Seller 1; Class Color Committee 3. 







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WILLIAM THOMAS MORRILL 

Bill— with Danny, Fred, Linde and Don— "Hey, what 
was the English homelesson?"— seen driving his Mom's 
new Plymouth— always reading!— one of our Cross 
Country stars— what's in Kingston?— headed for the Air 
Force— secret desire: to run a three minute mile. 
Track 1,2,3. 



PRISCILLA ETHEL MORSE 

Cilia— "Huh!"— After graduation she plans to take up 
physical education at Bridgewater State Teachers 
College— tennis and swimming are her favorite sports 
—seen with Pete, Diane, Ruthie, Jane, and Duke (her 
big, black Labrador retriever ) —can you imagine her 
flying an airplane or driving a wrecker? 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Basketball 3; Biology Science Seminar 2,3; 
Field Hockey 3; Band 1; S.A.S. 1; Fund Collector 1; Latin 
Club 1; Badminton 3; Softball 1; Tennis 3; Orchestra 1; 
Volleyball 3; Honor Group. 



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So he's the sandwich 
thief! 




What calories! 



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DENNIS JOHN MOTTA 

Denny— "Go, Wally, go"— rather on the shy side- 
one of the gang from North Plymouth— seen with 
Wall, Owens, Phillip, and the fellers— owns a black 
'51 Ford— often at a certain City Service Station- 
after graduation Air Force bound— secret desire: to 
operate his own service station. 



JUDITH MARIE MOTTA 

Judie— "Ya know what I mean!"— Judie plans to at- 
tend hairdressing school after graduation— seen with 
Jean, Lorna, Judy and the VT's— Judie is one of 
those Woolworth girls— oh, her bucking '52 Chevy- 
secretly desires to own a hot rod of her own— that 
voice of hers— she's always talking to Jean. 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Marching Girls 2,3; Fund Collector 3; Press 
Club 2; Library Staff; Music Dance Committees 2. 




Should I, or shouldn't I? 




Maybe this will taste better! 




LAURENCE RUSSELL NEWEY 

Larry— "What's so funny?"— here's another college 
man— in the Chevy with Karl, Dickie, and Dave— the 
"Manomet men"— Larry's one of the little "big men" 
on the football team— wants to become a baseball 
star— he hates these long walks home after practice— 
"give me the simple life"— his big smile and corny 
jokes are permanent fixtures at P.H.S. 

Football 3; Basketball 2,3; Track 2; Varsity Club 3; Biology 
Science Seminar 2; Volleyball 3. 



LINDA FAY NICKERSON 

Lin— "You know what I mean!" Lin is one of our 
quiet senior girls— seen with Bernice, Pat, Kathy, and 
the gang— oh! to grow just a little taller— doesn't have 
any plans after graduation— Lin hails from Chilton- 
ville— did ya do your problems?— Secretly desires to 
drive a stock car. 





Please . . . I'm camera-shy! 



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WENDY JANE OLSON 

Wen— "I'm serious"— another wound up girl— she's one 
of the 3 fish at Tassy's— who hates boys?— oh her p.j. 
parties!— everyone envys her for that red Plymouth- 
smart dresser and a real riot— who said she wasn't 
daring?— found with Carolyn, Paula, Ann, and Sue- 
would like to become a medical secretary (wonder 
why ) —secretly desires to lower the price of gas. 



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"The Thinker?' 





BRYON EDWARD OWENS 

Bryon— "You're mad."— The quiet pool player at 
Romano's— drives a hot green Ford or walks— usually 
seen with Brad, Walt, Dennie and the gang— always 
with dough— the Plymouth Baking Co.— big eyes and 
wavy hair— wants to join the Air Force after gradua- 
tion—so quiet— secret desire: to go around the world 
in a sailboat with no sails— nice if you can get it- 
knowing Bryon he probably can. 



VERONICA MAE PACHECO 

Vernie— "I'm so worried"— often seen with Pat, Linda, 
Judy, Barbara, Carolyn, Nancy— Gee, it's cold— that 
north bus— wishes she'd have a date with a certain 
someone— "If that bus is any later I'm going home!" 
—seen babysitting— what a high voice— who is "mine?" 
—"call me"— wonder what her plans are for after 
graduation. 




Darn arm always gets 

stuck! 




Caught in the act! 





JUDITH ANN PARKER 

Parker— "that's the breaks"— Judy is seen with Lorna, 
and Van Twinkles— always sewing clothes— she can 
be seen every Friday night at the train station wait- 
ing for U.K.— oh that diamond!— after graduation Judy 
plans to get married (July)— she secretly desires to 
live in a house overlooking a lake with Howie and 
have a little boy and girl. 

Bank Teller 1,2,3; Afuyi'c 1. 




No fair posing! 



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LINDA JOYCE PEARSON 

Lin— "That burns me"— a Woolworth's girl— she can 
be found with Pat, Barb, Nan, Judy, Carrie and Vern 
—oh, that "Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White"— 
a Friday night pizza eater at Ernie's— to work in 
Boston after graduation— she's so shy?— no one could 
ever dislike a girl like Linda. 




Smooth operator? 




Oh, you! 



CAROLYN MAE PIMENTAL 

Carrie— "Pat, Pat! Will you listen?"— she can be found 
with Pat, Lin, Barb, Nanc, Jeanie, Vern, and Judy- 
after graduation she will be at Wilfred Academy— 
"The Breeze and I"— her secret desire is to eat the 
biggest pizza in the world— to drive through P.H.S. 
in a foreign sports car— what's the matter with 
Evelyn's hair? 

Volleyball 3; Bowling 1. 





ROSALIE MARIE PINTO 

"Cookie"— "Oh, those!"— seen with Ann, Marissa, 
Norma, Betty, and the girls— she's a little, bitty pretty 
one— how does she keep so busy in 5th period study- 
plans after graduation to be a housewife (who's the 
lucky one?)— quite, quiet at times— secret desire: to 
be a model. 
Basketball 2,3; Office Assistant 2; Badminton 3; Volleyball 3. 




Uh-Vli! No helping! 




SUSAN BAKER PRINDLE 

Sue— "How 'bout that?"— with Jeanie, Sharon— sprawl- 
ed out flat on a basketball court or galloping madly 
down a hockey field— "Gee-e-e!"— headed for college— 
her secret desire is, of course, to keep it a secret (but 
what's that about a minister's wife?)— what's that 
awful noise in the middle of the band?— must be Sue! 

Basketball 1,2,3; Orchestra 1,2,3; Badminton 1; Tennis 1,2,3; 
Volleyball 3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Biology Science Seminar 2; 
Band 1,2,3; S.A.S. 3: National Honor Society 2,3; Honor 
Group. 




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My, what big cars!. 




Rags, studying? 



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End of the game- 




DENNIS JAMES RAGAZZINI 

Rags— "Oh, what a grouch!"— Rags is seen with Bob 
G., Bob Z., Jud, Pete, Frank, Mikey, Tom and C.M.- 
just look at him run down the field— Rags can't pass 
up a football game on T.V. or Mr. Sarson's town 
team— he secretly desires to play football for U.C.L.A. 

Football 1,2,3; Track 1; Varsity Club 2,3; S.A.S. 1; Fund 
Collector 1; Baseball 2,3. 



CLEMENT EDWARD ROMANO 

Clem— "Say, baby"— Clem's a mixture of "Chuck" 
Conerly, Bob Cousy, and Rock Hudson all rolled up 
into one— Diachun's jokes bother him— oh to play for 
the Celtics!— seen with Kuhnie, Bob, Jed, Bobby Z., 
and B.C.— "Hey, did you do my homework?"— wants 
to become a phys. ed. instructor and coach— boy, can 
he hit from the left corner. 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Football 1,2.3; Basketball 1.2.3; Varsity Club 
2,3; Band 1,2,3; Music 1,2; Orchestra 1,2,3; Volleyball 3; Base- 
bait 1,2,3; Class Motto Committee 3; Dance Committees 1,2,3. 



LENA ALICE ROMANO 

Wee Ne— "Anne, stop talking!"— always telling jokes 
and talking about Norm— can't wait for July to come— 
what a diamond!— loves that new little brother of 
hers— always finding fault with Anne Z.— Norm— Norm 
—Norm— wants a big wedding— oh! that cousin of hers 
(R.R. )— never fights with her boyfriend (true love) — 
good cook and loves to eat— one of the wittiest girls 
in our class— secret desire: elevators in P.H.S. 





REETA ELIZABETH ROMANO 

Reet— "Ya know what I mean"— here's a gal who 
really sparks our cheerleader squad— she's going to 
become a teacher (wonder why?)— Reet does her 
shopping at Tedeschi's— what's out at Silver Lake?— 
she's seen with Sue, Betty, Carolyn, Paula, and 
Wendy— to play hookey and get away with it! 

Pilgrim Staff 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2; lOc-a-week collector 
1,2,3; Press Club 1,2; Music 1,2; Cheerleader 2,3; Softball 1; 
Tennis Manager 1,2; Travel Club 2; Dance Committee; Honor 
Group. 



This is my twelfth dish! 




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Here are the answers 
to tomorrow's test! 






CAROL ANN RONCARATI 

Roncapuss— "Oh! never mind!"— Carol is always laugh- 
ing and telling jokes— seen with Marcia, Judy, Anne, 
Joyce, Pat V., Jean, Van Twinkles, and especially 
Bob— wants to be an airline stewardess after gradua- 
tion—adorable in a bathing suit or Bermuda shorts— 
always talking at the wrong times and always sug- 
gests going somewhere to eat— takes her baby sister 
everywhere she goes— life of pajama parties— secret 
desire: to be tackled by number "85." 

Pilgrim Staff 1; Music 1,2,3; Softball 1; Volleyball 1; Dance 
Committees. 



FAUSTINE CANUTE ROSE, JR. 

C'nute— "Yeh, that's all right!"— Faustine is a walking 
sports page— he is the BOY in the Boy's Club and is 
usually seen there with Leo, Phil and Denny— Faus is 
always smiling, especially in 6th period Global— he 
plans to play baseball after graduation and desires to 
play in Fenway Park with his Red Sox. 

Baseball 1,2,3. .':..' 



BARRARA SELINA RUFFINI 

Ruff— "I mean wow!"— Barb's a great athlete— she 
loves to dance, especially rock 'n roll— she always has 
food to give out at hockey practice— seen with Carol, 
Judy, Vieg, Marcia, and Van Twinkles— who's this 
from Brockton? Barb's headed for Bridgewater State 
or an airline school after graduation— to drive a Cor- 
vette at Indianapolis Speedway. 

Basketball 2,3; Field Hockey 2,3; Music 1,2,3; Softball 2,3; 
Volleyball 3; Dance Committee 3. 







"Merry Christmas! 
Ho! Ho! Ho!" 




Always smiling! 




Book ends? 




RONALD DAVID SANTOS 

Ron— "It's all right"— he is air force bound— he's seen 
with Ton, Charlie, Casal, and a certain sophomore 
girl— Oh! to be on the good side of Kathy's father- 
that 6th period Global class— he would like to own 
that '56 Merc, he drives around— he sure wishes he 
could do bookkeeping— Mis. Gardner's little lost boy. 

Band 1,2,3; lOc-a-week collector 1,2; Music 1; Orchestra 1,2,3; 
Baseball 1. 



Drink??? No, my tie's 
stuck! 



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CAROLYN ANN SCHIANO 

Legs— "What a beaut!"— Carolyn's a sort of Marilyn 
Monroe and Martha Raye all rolled into one— smells 
like a doughnut (oh, that bakery!)— too bad she's 
going steady!— usually found writing lines for Mr. 
Pyle or at Tassy's with Wendy, Paula, Ann, Betty, 
Reeta and Sue— Carolyn wishes to become an airline 
hostess— to move Manomet to the city— wonder why? 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 2; Press Club 
2; Music 1,2; Travel Club 2; Dance Committees 1,2,3; Art 
Staff 2.3. 




Oh! It wiggles! 




ELIZABETH WEBSTER SEARLES 

Betty— "Oh! that gets me so mad!"— Betty writes for 
Mr. Pyle (100 sentences, that is!)— she's forever buy- 
ing jewelry in Smith's— college bound to become a 
teacher (lucky kids!)— she's always with Reet, Sue, 
Carolyn, and Teddy— she likes a certain '37 Plymouth 
and what drives it— her secret desire: that is a secret. 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 2; Marching 
Girls 1,2,3; Press Club 2; Music 1,2; Latin Club 1,2; Travel 
Club 2; Dance Committees. 




I'm a big girl now! 




PAULA ETHEL SEGAL 

Shorty— "What a nut!"— usually found in a '55 Chevy 
with Wendy, Ann, Carolyn, Judy, and W.K.— "Let's 
go to Boston!" (and they did!)— one of the 3 fish at 
Tassy's— Oh, those early morning notes— she loves 
coffee milk shakes without foam and cars without 
windows— Paula plans to become a medical secretary 
(not a piano player). 

Pilgrim Staff 1,2.3; Student Council 1,2; Press Club 1.2; 
Library Staff 3; Music 1.2,3. 



JEAN ANN SERRA 

Jeanne— "I'm hungry"— Jean is seen with Judy, Pat, 
Judie, and Van Twinkles— give her lobster and she's 
all set— here's the girl with the pretty green eyes and 
long eyelashes— "Ummmm"— lots of fun in the hot 
Plymouth— secretly desires to have four little Dickies- 
headed for Powers School of Modeling or marriage— 
"May I go out with the girls tonight, dear?"— oh, 
that guy of hers. 

Pilgrim Staff 2,3; Press Club 1,2; Music 1,2,3. 




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It's hard! 



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Look Ma! No cavities 




HBranBmUB 



1,2,3, skiddoo- 




JOSEPH SILVA, JR. 

Joe— "Settle down"— seen with Dickie, Roland, and 
Kenny— plans to join army after graduation— shy?— 
likes to eat and likes girls— has a cute little Chevy- 
one of the North Plymouth boys!— former Silver Laker 
—cute crewcut— secret desire: to graduate in June- 
likes Kathy's parties— those summer girls. 



BEVERLY LORRAINE SKULSKY 

Bev— "Oh, I wish I were dead"— rather shy at times- 
seen with Mary, Ethelyn, Chick, and the girls— wears 
the most luscious looking sweaters!— why, oh why, 
does she take so many trips out of town?— plans after 
graduation to go to college, maybe Burdett— a cute 
pixie haircut— secret desire, to get married. 
Basketball 1; Music 1. 



JACQUELINE SMITH 

Jackie— she's one of P.H.S.'s best students— is she as 
shy as she appears?— one of the "Mixed Nuts"— enjoys 
sports— manager of girls' basketball— never finds 
fault with anyone— a member of J.P.'s band and or- 
chestra—seen with Sue, Dotty— secret desire: to go to 
the moon— college bound. 

Pilgrim Staff Co-Editor Girls Sports 3; Basketball 2; Field 
Hockey 1,2,3; Biology Science Seminar 2,3; Biology Lab Staff 
1; Band 1,2,3; Latin Club 1; Honor Group. 




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Deep in thought? 



2ev 




WAYNE GAETANO STEFANI 

Wayne— "You cotton picker"— Wayne is seen with 
Audrey, Bob, Ted, and the guys— he plays a terrific 
left guard for P. H.S.— wishes we had a hockey team— 
U. Mass. bound— oh, that hair— getting up at 3 a.m. 
to go trout fishing— to be football coach for a day. 

Football 1,2,3; Varsity Club 2,3; Band 1; Music 1,2,3. 




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What a lover! 




I've been ironing 
all day! 




Don't believe a word 
she says! 



MARCIA STURTEVANT 

Little One— "Oh, Fish!"— Marcia is one of our little 
classmates with a big heart— likes dancing, skating 
and singing— she's QUIET?— loves riding around in 
that '58 Olds and eating in Gambini's— seen with 
Anne, Carol, Wendy, Betty, Judy and Barb— not sure 
what she will do after graduation— secretly desires to 
work with a certain fountain boy in Cooper's. 

Library Staff 3; Music 3; Volleyball 3. 



JANET ANN SULLIVAN 

Sully— "Such is life"— Janet is one of those Currier 

gals seen with Pat, Carol, and Jack— Janet sings 

with her sister— "Who did their Problems?"— Janet is 
one of Miss Boucher's fans— she's going to be an air- 
lino hostess— so tiny, but so cute secretly desires 

to marry a millionaire! 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Field Hockey 1; Library Staff 3; Music 1,3; 
Softball 2. 






PATRICIA LOUISE TOLONEN 

Pat— "Take it easy!"— here's the best loved gal of 
Chiltonville— plans a career as an airline hostess or 
is headed for business school— those "under garage" 
parties— with Nancy, Gay, Sharon, Bev and the rest 
of the Chiltonville gang. She is known as the "Calypso 
Gal"— to own the world with a fence around it and 
a certain someone to go with it. 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Library Staff 3; Bank Teller 1; Music 1. 




Reading the hard way! 




PATRICIA ANN VEIGA 

Patty— "I yai"— she's our cheerleader captain— with 
Ronca, Dick, Lorna, Jeanne, Jan, Jo, Reg, and the 
Van Twinkles— to become a model— clothes! clothes! 
clothes!— gets along with everyone (especially Clyde) 
—she's a star dancer and actress— to marry Clyde and 
have a log cabin on the mountains of New Hampshire. 

Pilgrim Staff 1,2; lOc-a-week collector 1,2,3; Press Club 1; 
Junior and Senior Class Secretary; Music 1,3; Cheerleader 2,3; 
Volleyball 3; Art Staff 2,3. 



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Her major subject- 3 




NANCY MARIE VERRE 

Re— "What a case!"— Nancy's a good Irish Democrat- 
one of McLellan's cuties— a good student but is al- 
ways talking— Boston College— seen with Ginny, Ann, 
Wendy, Jane, Ruth— loves listening to Pat Boone and 
watching sports— one of the marching girls— secret 
desire: to go to Ireland on Saint Patrick's Day. 

Pilgrim Staff 2, Co-Editor of Photography Staff 3; Basketball 
2; Biology Science Seminar 2; Marching Girls 2,3; Latin Club 
1,2; Radio Club 2; Honor Group; Dance Committees. 



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Those beady eyes! 





THOMAS MICHAEL JOSEPH VIERA 

Tommy— "What 'ya want?"— Tom's another Valentino 
with all the girls— he can't wait to graduate and join 
the Air Force— Mr. De Sisto's a lucky man to have 
Tom in his Global class— he's always with Charlie, 
Motta, Rags, and the guys— those crazy brown eyes 
and the way he flirts with them— "Did ya do your 
Problems?"— to own the "Rathole." 

Football 1,2; Band 1,2,3; Volleijball 3; Baseball 1,2,3. 



LEO CHARLES VOGHT 

Lee— "Wha da ya say, Big John?"— he's the class 
comedian— our Boys' State Representative— the cool 
one— Lee's seen with Phil, Denny, Larry, and Faus— 
anything for a laugh— a regular patron of the Boys' 
Club— his fabulous singing group— to be P.H.S.'s first 
male cheerleader— college bound. 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Radio Club 3; Volleyball 3; Boys' State 
Representative. 




Do your problems, Ann? 




Good mornin' everyone! 




PATRICIA MAE VOGHT 

Pat— "What did you say?"— Pat is seen with Carol, 
Margot, Judy, Betty, and Van Twinkles— she is the 
girl with all the clothes and the wonderful personality 
—Pat is another fan of Tassy's (always eating)— oh, 
that art class!— to art or secretarial school after gradu- 
ation—she secretly desires to play football for Arch- 
bishop Williams (with Pete maybe?) 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Marching Girl' 1,2,3; Library Staff 3; Office 
Assistant 3; Bank Teller 2,3. 




Aw right, boys, 
here I come! 



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JEAN MARION WALL 

Jeanie— "Don't rush me!"— Jeanie's the quiet type- 
one of your North Plymouth girls— after graduation, 
she plans to work, work, work!— seen with Carolyn, 
Pat, and Linda— her fifth period study— secret desire: 
to have a Caddy. 




WALTER FRANCIS WALL 

Wally— "Oh, cut it out"— such a quiet boy until recess 
and 2:00; then watch out!— Plymouth's Walter 
Winchell at Memorial Press— seen with Bryon, Fred- 
dy, and Denny— also, Chases Pat— after graduation, 
plans to join the air force and become brother's CO. 
—hates leaving P. H.S.— desires to own The Press and 
marry Patty— Walt's a sharp dresser and has a great 
personality. 



JUDSON CRANE WALTON 

Jud— "Curly"— "Oh, get serious"— plans to go to U. 
Mass. for engineering— his secret desire is to play the 
Rockland game over— can always be found with Bob, 
Mike, Pete, Bob O, Frank, Larry, and Rags— or a 
short blonde— Tud's a hundred and ninety pound hunk 
of man— pet peeve, Coach Sarson's wind sprints— 
Jud's always there when needed. 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Football 1,2,3; Varsity Club 3; S.A.S. 3; Dance 
Committees; Photographer Committee. 




Step on it! 




Hey, you're not a girl! 



I've only got one hand! 





DUNCAN McINTIRE WEAVER 

Dune— last seen leaving Holmes Terrace— those hep 
cars of his— drives around in his Ford but has plans 
for better things— seen with Barry, Ronny, Tom, Jim 
H., lohn H., and especially Carol E.— his pet saying 
is: "Oh, oh, here we go again!"— secretly desires to 
customize a locomotive— plans to attend art school- 
Dune is our Rock Hudson. 






Those fingernails sure 
taste good! 



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ANN MARIE WHITE 

Annie— "Tres bonne"— a real cute and dainty little 
girl— enjoys singing and playing the piano— always 
giving a helping hand— one of the marching girls- 
college bound— wonderful personality— seen with Gin- 
ny, Nancy, Jane, Wendy, Ruth, and Stephanie. 

Pilgrim Staff 1,2; Co-Editor 3; Basketball Manager 2; Field 
Hockey 1; Biology Science Seminar 1,2; Biology Lab Staff 1; 
Biology Experimenter's Council 1; Marching Girls 2,3; Student 
Council 1,3; Fund Collector 1; Music 1; Latin Club 1,2; Radio 
Club 2; National Honor Society 2,3; Dance Committees; 
Honor Group. 







Pass the ammunition! 




I can't hold this up much 
longer! 




LAWRENCE IRA WINOKUR 

Rube— "Look, Champ"— planning on Columbia and a 
medical career— will he ever make it to school before 
7:59?— a member of almost every activity— to be the 
first millionaire in the class— what's the matter with 
the Plymouth girls?— a great kid who's most likely to 
succeed. 

Pilgrim Staff 1,2; Co-Editor of Literary Staff 3; Football 3; 
Basketball 1,2,3; Cross Country 2; Varsity Club 3; Biology 
Science Seminar 3; lOc-a-week collector 1,2,3; S.A.S. 1,2; 
Fund Collector 2; Press Club 1,2; Baseball 1; Dance Com- 
mittees; Class Motiey-Making Committee; Latin Club 1,2; 
National Honor Society; Honor Group; Engineer's Council. 



WENDY WOLFENDEN 

Wendy— "You're causing a disturbance"— to reach five 
feet before she's married— after graduation Wendy's 
planning on junior college and then a merchandising 
career— once she gets giggling there's no stopping her 
—can be found with Janie, Ruth, Ann, Ginny, and 
Nancy— Attleboro's loss was our gain— personality plus 
—here's one good looking, blonde who's not stupid!— 
Jud. 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Basketball Manager 2,3; Field Hockey Man- 
ager 2,3; Marching Girls 2,3; Library Staff 2; Latin Club 2; 
Radio Club 2; Badminton 2; Volleyball 3; Honor Group; 
Dance Committees. 




Steady, girl! 





STANLEY WOOD, JR. 

Woody— seen with Fred, Ronnie, Holmesie, and Dan- 
likes sports (especially baseball)— likes all the girls 
as much as playing poker— not sure what he wants to 
do after graduation— a great fan of Mr. De Sisto's— 
good bowler— always coming out with a witty remark 
—secret desire: to pass English. 

Baseball 1,3. 



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What am I offered? 




Kiss me, you fool! 




ROBERT JOSEPH ZANIBONI 

Bob— "There ya go, kid!"— one of the most popular 
boys of P.H.S.— a co-captain of the football team, and 
what a space he filled in the line!— here's another 
ladies' man— Bob wants to go to Boston College, and 
then become goalie for the Boston Bruins— he can be 
found with Bob, Mike, Jud, Rags, Pete, Ted, Frank, 
Clem and of course, (R.G. ). 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Football 1,2,3; Co-Captain 3; Basketball 
Manager 2; Varsity Club 2,3; Latin Club 1; Volleyball 3; 
Baseball 1; Class Motto Committee Chairman; Honor Group. 



ANNE ZOCCOLANTE 

Anna— "Oh, Charlie!"— Anne's a great athlete and 
really peps our girls' basketball team— she loves work- 
ing at the First National during the summer— seen 
with Marcia, Judy, Carol, Betty, and Bumps— she's 
bound for Bridgewater State— if she could only go a 
whole week without fighting with Bumps— watch out 
when she gets mad— to drive a certain '53 Ford. 

Pilgrim Staff 3; Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Biology 
Lab Staff 1; Office Assistant 3; Marching Girls 1,2,3; Library 
Staff 2; Bank Teller 2,3; Music 1,2,3; Latin Club 1; Badminton 
2; Softball 1,2,3; Volleyball 3. 




Who needs a quarterback, 
Charlie? 






CLASS SONG 

Zhe Ways of Cife 

Zhe ways of life are harsh and stem 

Zhey challenge us each day. 

— 

We all must face them valiantly 
Jf we're to find our way. 

We must have faith in our Cord Qod. 
Zhrough prayer we shall prevail. 
With Him to guide us through all strife 
We surely cannot fail. 

Our future lies within ourselves. 
We'll eonquer all that's met. 
With courage, hope, and fortiti 
We'll reach the goals we've set. 
M* Zoccolante 





CLASS POEM 
Zhese forever 

Our heritage from out the Past 
Js rich with deeds of common men; 
Zhe wealth of heroes lies amassed 
J or us to cherish and defend. 

Zhe coffers overflow with gold 
Of freedom — and the rights of man; 
Ours the charge on high to hold 
Zhe precepts of the Master's plan. 

Zhe Present bids us stand anew 
Zo guard the gifts our fathers won; 
7or we, the youth, must now pursue 
What they so nobly have begun. 

Bells toll for half a world condemned, 
Md we must heed its plea; 
Zhere shall not sound a requiem 
Whilst bums the torch of liberty. 

Cynthia $. Joley 



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The students pictured on this page have 
been chosen for their excellence in scholar- 
ship, character, leadership, citizenship, and 
service. They have been a credit not only 
to Plymouth High School but also to the 
community. May they continue to be suc- 
cessful throughout life. 







Leo Voght, Bruce Emond 
Representatives to Boys State 



FOR OUTSTANDING 




Mary Elena Guidoboni 
Representative to Girls State 



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Ann White 

Best Girl Citizen, 

sponsored by D.A.R. 




Joseph Diachun 

Student Government 

Representative 



Frank Anderson 

President of the South Eastern 

Branch of Student Councils 



Ceccarelli Cleaners 




S.A.S. OFFICERS 



"Cupid's Capers," our Valentine dance, was sponsored by the 
student Council on February 13. The dance was a social success 
and a financial gold mine. The highlight of the evening was a 
solo by Allan Griffin, Plymouth High's new singing sensation. 
Refreshments served in the cafeteria completed an evening to 
be treasured. 



AN EVENING FULL OF 



CHAPERONS 




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Finest in... 



Virginia Emond, 

Stephen Billey 

Done Most for P.H.S. 




Mary Elena Guidoboni 
Robert Davis 
Best Students 



Ann White, 

Lawrence Winokur 

Most Likely to Succeed 




Joan Alves, 

Lawrence Martin 

Best Dancers 



Patricia Veiga, 
Frank Anderson 
Best All Around 



Katherine Darsch, 

Leo Voght 

Wittiest 




Plymouth Rock Cleaners 



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Duncan Weaver, 

Carolyn Schiano 

Best Looking 





Claire Elliot, 

Bryon Owens 

Shyest 




Joseph Diachun, 

Patricia Voght 

Best Dressed 



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Clem Romano, 

Anne Zoccolante 

Best Athletes 



Dennis Ragazzini, 

Carol Morin 
Class Sweethearts 



Ann LaRocque, 

Thomas Viera 

Class Flirts 




Wendy Olson, 
Bruce Eniond 
Most Talkative 



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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY 



Graduation brings sadness and joy to everyone 
and, not to be excluded is the Class of '59 which 
is soon to leave Plymouth High forever. But we 
have three years of memories to look back on, 
from the first day of our high school life to the 
day we must end it when we receive our diplo- 
mas. First we were introduced to the ten-cent-a- 
week plan, which gave us many privileges, such 
as entering our home games free and cheering 
our various teams on to their many victories. 
Belonging to the S.A.S. was another new ex- 
perience, because we could each feel the pride 
in ourselves and in our school as we contributed 
our nickles to some charitable cause. None of us 
will ever forget that afternoon of November 17, 
1956, when our football team defeated Silver 
Lake for a victory at last for our boys. We were 
wide-eyed with excitement as we witnessed our 
first installation of the National Honor Society— 
undoubtedly the most impressive assembly of 
the year. And then came our own first dance— 
the Sophomore Hop on March 29, 1957, and it 
was a great success as we began our money- 
making projects toward graduation. 

We will never forget those days in the spring 
of 1957, during which many of our boys stayed 
out all night helping to put under control that 
horrible fire which destroyed so much property. 
Then came June, and we were sad to see many 
of our pals graduate. However, we had Septem- 
ber to think of, and all the fun our junior year 
would bring. 

Our junior year started with tremendous ex- 
citement as our football season ended with a 
record of six wins and two losses. And then in 
January, under the direction of Mrs. Urann, 




"Patchwork," the play within the play, was 
presented to the school. Everyone thoroughly 
enjoyed it, and every participant was commend- 
ed for his successful performance. The high- 
light of our junior year was, of course, our 
Junior Prom. Under the supervision of Miss 
Downey and Mrs. Gardner, "Stardust" was a 
tremendous success, and everyone worked to- 
gether to make it a wonderful evening. But then 
came June again, and this time graduation 
seemed a bit sadder because of all our friends' 
graduating, and also because Mr. Mongan and 
Miss Downey would not be there when we re- 
turned to school in the fall. But in the fall, we 
would be seniors, and all the promised fun and 
activities were eagerly anticipated. 

When September came we once again launch- 
ed into a successful football season with a record 
of seven wins and two losses. Our Thanksgiving 
Day game was the highlight of our football 
season. The weather was brisk and beautiful, 
and when Plymouth downed Silver Lake 28-14, 
for Plymouth fans the day ended perfectly. 
Other incidents which occurred during our 
senior year were the bomb scares. All students 
were evacuated and school was closed down 
Of course, everyone was thrilled at getting 
day off from school, but who would ever dream 
such a thing could happen to us! There are still 
many surprises and a great deal of fun left in 
our Senior year, but June will soon be here 
again, and at last we must leave Plymouth High 
forever. Although graduation brings sadness we 
have all these wonderful memories to look back 
on. They will be locked in our hearts forever! 

By Susan Clakk '59 



Kent's Beauty Salon 



CLASS WILL 




We, the graduating class of 1959, being of 
scalped minds and shriveled bodies do hereby 
submit our last will and testament on this day, 
the day before the eleventh of June, nineteen 

Rdred and fifty-nine. 

b Mr. Bongiovanni: we leave a bottle of aspirin 
o care for the headaches we have brought 
you and also a sentence of many happy years 
as principal of P.H.S. 

To Miss Albertini: we leave a set of seventeenth 
century French earrings, complete with ears. 

To Miss Arthur: we leave the job of keeping 
books for a Mr. Al Capone. 

To Mrs. Bagnall: we leave a new discovery for 
all users of cough drops; a new 'vild cherry 
cough drop that is guaranteed always to re- 
main in your mouth, because it's Gluedin Wild 
Cherry cough drop. 

To Mrs. Bouchard: we leave two records from 
our fine record department, Heart And Sew 
and Rockin Bobbin. £ 



To Miss Boucher: we leave a warning that she'll 
soon be teaching about other worlds such as 
Mars, Venus, and East Podunk. 

To Mr. Cappannari: we leave a 1910 Beo with 
a souped up Thunderbird engine for his me- 
chanics classes. 

To Mr. Sarson: we leave a telephone to help 
him call the plays at next year's games. 

To Mrs. Gardner: we leave a genuine short hand, 
given to us by a one-armed pygmy. 

To Mr. Holmes: we leave the command of his 
own fleet of rowboats. 

To Miss Jacques: we leave one quart of Evening 
in Flatbush by Pheu!— the best Brooklyn has 
to offer. 

To Miss Johnson: we leave a gallon of type- 
writer oyal, to the lady in charge of every 
Bemington and Boyal. 

To Miss Locklin: we leave a dozen assorted 
particles of difference. 

To Mr. Packard: we leave a hen to sit upon his 
radio receiver, for what good is a ham with- 
out eggs. 

To Mr. Pyle: we leave a foam rubber seat cover 
for his stool in room 305. 



To Mrs. Baymond: we leave to the tireless senior 
English teacher of P.H.S. a sturdy band of 
seniors to face the ordeal of your "detailed 
tests." 

To Mr. Bomano: we leave a season's pass to all 
P.H.S. athletic events, courtesy of the lOc-a- 
week plan. 

To Mr. Smiley: we leave a safety belt for each 
driver training car to save him when he tries 
to teach women drivers. 

To Mr. Tavernelli: we leave a Latin book of 
slang expressions, entitled Pro Omnes Cooles 
Felices Et Magni Patres translated For All 
Cool Cats and Big Daddies. 

To Mrs. Urann: we leave Ma, who always for- 
gets the keys to her locker, a combination lock 
without any combination. 

To Mr. Wilson: we leave an aid in helping 
worthy seniors reach the top: an elevator. 

To Mr. Young: we leave a book entitled "How 
to C/uatrasect a Bisected Insect." 

To Mrs. Brown: we leave one finger painting 
kit along with a year's supply of fingers. 

To Miss Knight: we leave a solid plastic cover- 
ed wolf whistle, to gain the attention of the 
girl's classes. 

To Mr. Pacheco: we leave what this country 
needs, and that's a good five-cent cigar. 

To Mr. Bogers: we leave a pair of high quality 
brooms to help him clear the backboards at 
basketball games. 

To Mr. DeSisto: we leave seven, four-hundred 
pound gorillas to take the place of the apes 
who played the line this year. 

To Mr. Tata: we leave another album from our 
fine record collection. This album is entitled, 
Bill Haley Moves ivith Tchiakovsky or, The 
Ritz Cracker Suite. 

To Mr. Harrell: we leave an illustrious new 
dictionary of new definitions, needing new 
words. 

To Miss Shea: we leave a golf club for those long 
drives ... to Boston. 

To Mrs. Whiting: we leave a telephone directory 
of a select group of "hookey" players. 

To Mr. Sutcliffe: we leave a supply of Bubble 
Bites for his under-developed boys in gym 
classes. 

Leo Voght '59 



Plymouth Marine Railways, Inc. 






Junior Class Officers of the Class of '59 



Stardust 



The Junior Prom "Stardust" held by the class of 
'59 was one of the most successful proms at 
P.H.S. in years. The hall was beautifully 
decorated in pink and silver. Refreshments were 
served all evening, buffet style, in the gym, 
while dancing was held in the auditorium. 

Decorations, music, refreshments— everything 
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Mixed Nuts 




The first semester Theatre Arts Division, under 
the direction of Mrs. Sumner Urann, presented 
"Mixed Nuts" on Thursday, January 22, 1959, 
in the auditorium. 

The goal of the speech class is to provide 
students with the opportunity to develop skill 
in overcoming habits of tenseness, impulsiveness, 
and to motivate other improvements in speech. 




"Ladies of the Mop" 



"Jacob Comes Home' 



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LITERARY 



THE AMBER STAR 



The voices of Luboff's Choir filled the room, 
and the beautiful amber star threw a soft, serene 
glow on the small boy listening very intently to 
the record player. How often I had seen the star, 
and yet each time it made by spine tingle in an 
awesome way. 

The star was lit twice a year, April 15 and 
November 7, the days commemorating the 
deaths of my father's parents, two people whom 
I had never seen— never actually seen, that is. 
You see, I have the strange feeling of knowing 
these people as though they were a part of my 
everyday life. I can almost see them, Jacob and 
Bessie. He was a small man with skillful, delicate 
hands, an artist in his love for beauty and per- 
fection. She was a frail little woman with dark 
hair and deep blue eyes. 

They came from Lithuania in their teens to 
this strange land to marry and raise their family, 
seven girls and four boys. Jacob was a cabinet 
maker, an excellent one, so I've been told. He 
had a great appreciation for fine music and a 
strong love for dogs. At one period, near the end 
of his life, he made it a hobby of raising beagles. 
Bessie was a quiet, withdrawn woman with the 
serene beauty that casts a peaceful calm on all 
around her. There are moments when I think 
of her and seem to feel that very calm. 

As a little girl I can remember the times my 
father told me about my grandparents— stories 
of the crowded house, aH the children, the work, 
the violin case my grandfather had made for one 
of his daughters. I could listen to those stories 
for hours, then go to my room and lie on the 
bed to cry. I could never really understand why 
I cried, and now that I'm older I can only guess. 
Perhaps I cried for the things my grandparents 
never had, perhaps I cried for the hardships I 



imagined they endured, the difficulty of sup- 
porting such a large family, the long hours of 
hard work, the few, if any luxuries, the strange- 
ness of a new country; perhaps I cried for my- 
self, for never having known them. 

How well I remember that one trip to Uncle 
Henry's and Aunt Dora's, Grandfather's brother 
and sister-in-law. Just being with this uncle and 
aunt made me feel closer to my grandparents. 

"Oh, you look so like your grandmother," ex- 
claimed Uncle Henry, "perhaps a little bigger, 
but nevertheless her likeness." I swelled with 
pride and politely thanked him. How could I 
tell him how good he had made me feel? How 
could I tell anyone? They might think me a 
silly, fanciful, little girl if they had known my 
thoughts. 

I seem to have forgotten the small boy and 
the record player. He's my brother, Joey, and 
he is very much like his grandfather, so they say, 
in his appreciation for music. I can remember, 
when we were smaller children, my clever way 
of avoiding arguments. I would seat him by the 
record player and put on some music. He would 
sit enthralled for hours, and my father often re- 
marked: "Joe's love of music is inherited from 
his grandfather." 

I see reflections of my grandparents every- 
where, Joey's love of music, my resemblance to 
grandmother. Dad's skill with his hands, Uncle 
Henry's love of paintings and of beauty. It 
seems we all have some trace of an appreciation 
or a skill that Jacob and Bessie once had. 

Each time I look at the beautiful amber star 
I feel very close to my grandparents, and I'm 
sure that they too must feel close to me. 

Jackie Keller, '60 



MY SICK SHADOW 



Alas! My shadow is sick in bed; 
Without him, I'm a loss; 
For now there's no one to yell at me— 
No one to be my boss! 

Recess now is really fun, 
I can sing, and scream, and yell; 
'Cause he's not there to look at me, 
And say, "I'm going to tell." 



But I really miss his smiling face, 
The jokes he tells— so funny: 
And I also miss his helping hand 
When I'm in need of money. 

I need him here to help me, 
My teachers' respect to win; 
And who could do it better 
Than a loving, faithful twin? 

Susan Clark, '59 



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into year's activities 



In spite of full schedules, Juniors take an 
active part in school affairs and display 
much spirit. They are eager to participate 
in and to support athletics, marching girls, 
and band. This year Juniors play a part in 
National Honor Society, S.A.S., Radio Club, 
Science Seminar, and Travel Club. The 
highlight of the year is the Junior Prom, 
the pride of the class- After this crowning 
glory, the Juniors plan to be the school's 
leaders next year. 





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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Andrew Guerra President 

Richard Silva Vice President 

Brenda Borsari Secretary 

Robert Rego Treasurer 

Miss Helen Johnson Advisor 



The door is open, Dickie! 




A little late, girls! 



Me Tarzan, you Jane! 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

Robert Guidaboni President 

Paul Brewster Vice President 

Linda DeFabio Secretary 

Weston Whiting Treasurer 

Mr. Claiborne Young Advisor 



By learning to 

1959 finds our Sophomores busier than ever. 
Many of those who haven't filled important 
positions on the Pilgrim Staff, S.A.S. Council, 
and Biology Experimenters, or joined the 
upperclassmen in Glee Club and Band take 
a very active part in the exciting competition 
in sports. 

That strangely revealing Kuder Test, the 
class election results, the travelogue given by 
Miss Albertini, and, of course, the Sophomore 
Hop all helped in shaping today's sophomores 
into tomorrow's juniors. 



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put the thumbtack? 



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What's this, a horrow show? 



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Front Row: Mrs. Helen Bagnall, 
Sponsor; P. Souza, M. Brigida, M. 
Souza, V. Emond, P. Clark, J. Good- 
win, R. Goodwin, M. Hunson, Mrs. 
Miriam Raymond, Sponsor. Second 
Row: Mr. J. Packard, Sponsor; A. 
White, D. Ottino, J. MacPhee, F. 
Anderson, C. Jesse, S. Billey, J. Billey, 
K. Longhi, B. Fuller, Mr. Arthur 
Pyle, Sponsor. Third Row: P. Gomes, 
C. Maccaferri, R. Beal, S. Viera, J. 
Walton, P. Brewster, B. Emond, A. 
Guerra. 




Through the years, the Student 
Activities Society has become a 
very important part of P.H.S. 
Under Mrs. Helen Bagnall's di- 
rection, the organization is con- 
ducting a fund-raising campaign, 
and the money collected will be 
given to the school. We hope 
you will have as much success 
in the next twenty-five years, as 
you have had in the last twenty- 
five. 

Fund Collectors 



S.A.S. OFFICERS 

Michael Souza, Vice-President; 
Virginia Emond, Secretary; 
Peter Clark, President; Mrs. 
Helen Bagnall, Sponsor; Jane 
Goodwin, Treasurer. 




Colonial Restaurant- 



ENGINEERS' 
COUNCIL 



Robert Davis, Gregory Baler, Walter 
Burke, Wayne Stefani, Mary Elena 
Guidoboni, Advisor Mr. John Packard, 
Lawrence Winokur, Robert Zaniboni, 
Stephen Billey, Bruce Emond, William 
Clark. 



LAB STAFF 



Front Row: Dorismae Parkhurst, Mary 
David, Loretta Correa, Mr. Claiborne 
Young, Director; Mary Guidoboni, 
Lynda Govoni, Gail Armstrong, Kath- 
leen Cleveland. Back Row: Marlene 
Brigida, Paula Tinti Donna Moreau, 
Barbara Policow, Virginia Beane. 



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BIOLOGY 
EXPERIMENTORS 

Front Row. Noelle Parsons, Mary 
Ellen Pierce, Mr. Claiborne Young, 
Advisor; Janet Pitzer, Marlene 
Brigida, William Kriegel, Louis 
Govoni. Back Row: James Taddia, 
Pamela Crowell, Wendy Sears, 
Jean Patenaude, Barbara Policow, 
Dennis Pioppi, Charles Maccaferri, 
Robert Kramer. 



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PILGRIM STAFF CREATES 




An idea is born for a yearbook. Whether this 
idea thrives or dies depends upon each mem- 
ber of the staff. No duty performed, however 
menial, is unimportant. We especially would like 
to thank the editors who have spent many hours 
with their staffs and at editorial meetings. Mr. 
Roland Holmes, our advisor; Mr. Joseph Dick- 
son, our photographer; and Mr. Robert Vantine, 
the representative from the Delmar Publishing 
Company, have been most helpful and under- 
standing. 

May the 1959 edition of the Pilgrim be all you 
anticipated. 



Bruce Emond, Business Manager; Ann White, 
Virginia Emond, Co-Editors; Mr. Roland Holmes, 
advisor. 



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EXECUTIVE BOARD 

Front Row: L. Winokur, B. 
Emond, J. Smith, R. Goodwin, A. 
White, V. Emond, L. Goodwin, 
J. Billey, P. Voght. Second Row: 
S. Billey, G. Baler, J. Goodwin, 
M. Monti, S. Gray, N. Verre. 
Third Row: K. Lekberg, R. Davis, 
J. Diachun, J. Searles, Mr. Roland 
Holmes, Advisor. 





LITERARY STAFF 
Front Row: J. Billey, L. Winokur, 
G. Baler, Literary Co-Editors; S. 
Billey, Boys' Sports Editor; J. 
Goodwin, J. Smith, Girls' Sports 
Co-Editors; M. E. Pierce. Second 
Row: B. Bourne, M. Guidoboni. 
N. MacDuffee, J. MacPhee, S. 
Clark, N. Parsons, C. Romano, R. 
Rego. Third Row: L. Goodwin, C. 
Miskelly, C. Maccaferri, M. Poli- 
cow, J. Keller, A. LaRocque. 



TYPISTS 

C. Cavacco, A. Ferazzi, M. Carpeg- 
giani, W. Beauregard, C. Elliot. 
Absent: R. Santos. 



FEATURES 
Front Row: L. McLean, C. Morin, 

A. Zoccolante, W. Wolfenden, J. 
Diachun, Editor of Senior Statis- 
tics; S. Gray, J. Sullivan. Second 
Row: M. Monti, B. Costa. Third 
Row: P. Segal, C. Cavacco, L. 
Pearson, J. Guidetti, R. Davis, Co- 
Editor of Senior Specials, R. Good- 
win, Co-Editor of Senior Specials, 

B. Searles, R. Romano, R. Zaniboni. 





PHOTO AND ART 

Front Row: K. Lekberg and N. 
Verre, Co-Editors of Photography 
Staff; P. Voght, Editor of Art 
Staff, L. Correa. Second Row: H. 
Barufaldi, J. Serra, P. Veiga, D. 
Weaver. Third Row: E. Clough, J. 
Kegler, E. Manfredi, C. Machado, 
B. Fortini. 



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BUSINESS STAFF 
Front Row: D. Guaraldi, P. Morse, 
P. Cavicchi, B. Emond, Editor of 
the Business Staff; L. Correa, H. 
Cavicchi. Back Row: C. Holmes, 
S. Mercer, L. Swartz, K. Atwood, 
D. Stern, B. Hutton, L. Estes, E. 
Arons, J. White, D. Blackburn. 



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GRADUATION ORGANIZERS 



HONOR GROUP 
The Honor Group is composed of those members 
of the senior class who have a total scholastic 
average of eighty-five percent or higher for the 
three high school years. This group has the 
responsibility of planning the graduation of 
Plymouth High School. The members meet every 
Monday night with their advisor, Mrs. Miriam 
Raymond, to make plans for the commencement 
exercises. Each member does his part to make 
the graduation one the school can be proud of. 



TEN-CENT-A-WEEK AND BANKING 
The school savings system is again in full swing, 
under the leadership of Mrs. Bagnall. Each 
homeroom has two tellers who make collections 
every Wednesday morning. 

Another collection made in the homeroom 
before class is that of the ten-cent-a-week plan. 
Ten cents each week gives any high school stu- 
dent the right to attend home football and 
basketball games without charge, and at the end 
of the year all paid-up-members are given a 
yearbook free of charge. This program is unique 
in Plymouth, and is really appreciated by the 
entire school. 




First Row: Mrs. Miriam Raymond, Advisor; Ruth Goodwin, Wendy Wolfenden, Nancy Verre, Jean MacPhee. 
Second Row: Priscilla Morse, Mary Elena Guidoboni, Jacqueline Smith, Susan Prindle. Third Row: Virginia 
Emond, Rruce Emond, Robert Davis, Stephen Billey, Gregory Baler, Lawrence Winokur, Robert Zaniboni, Ann 
White, Nancy MacDuffee, Reeta Romano, Diane Guaraldi. Absent: Cynthia Foley. 



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Front Row: Deborah Marsh, Laurie Goodwin, Jacqueline Keller, Anita Baillargeon, Jacqueline Pinnetti, Carol 
Roulias, Anne Zoccolante, Helen Cavicchi, Dorothy Stern, Patricia Voght. Middle Row: Patricia Black, Barbara 
Fuller, Jean Cotti, Brenda Borsari, Cynthia Fry, Winifred Smith, Susan Clark, Judith Parker, Margaret Fahey, 
Carol Morin, Judith Kegler, Mrs. Helen Bagnall, Sponsor. Back Row: Ronald Banzi, Paul Brewster, Henry 
Zucchi, David Tassinari, Karl Lekberg, Philip Raymond, Robert Rego, Donald Tracy, Stephen Ide, and Barry 
Maffini. Absent: Joseph Diachun. . 



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Front Row: Robert Rego, Harold Maini, Karl Lekberg, Harold Barufaldi Lawrence Winokur, Steven Aldro- 
vandi, Mr. Mario Romano, sponsor, Reeta Romano, Jane Goodwin, Carol Cavacco, Sandra Pedrini. Middle 
Row: Theresa Fox, Kathleen Cleveland, Deborah Marsii, Judith Menowsky, Jean Patenaude, Patricia Veiga, 
Carmen Valenziano, Sally Clark, Pauline Tibbetts, Kathleen Fohrder, Phyllis Cavicchi, Dorothy Stern, Kathleen 
Higgins. Back Row: Louis Carreira, Ronald Banzi, Bruce Emond, Stephen Viera, Thomas Bussolari, Weston 
Whiting Allen Wirzburger, Barry Maffini, Andrew Guerra, and Vernon McGoff. 

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LONG-TERM MEMBERS 

First Roit;.- Ruth Goodwin, Jean MacPhee, Virginia Emond, Bruce Emond, President; Mr. Lawrence Bongio- 
vanni, Principal, Stephen Billey, Susan Prindle, Mary Guidoboni, Ann White. Second Row: Jacqueline Keller, 
Alice Terry, Lawrence Winokur, Robert Davis, Allan "Wirtzburger, Mr. Donald Wilson, Advisor; Judith Billey, 
Susan Groetzinger, Laurie Goodwin, Phyllis Cavicchi, Sandra Pedrini. 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




First Row: A. White, V. 
Emond, Mr. D. Wilson, Advis- 
or; B. Emond, M. Guidoboni. 
Back Row: R. Goodwin, J. 
MacPhee, S. Billey, S. Prindle. 



The highest honor conferred upon a high school student is that of 
membership in the National Honor Society. This group is honored 
for Character, Leadership, Scholarship, and Service. An impressive 
induction is held each February before the student body, faculty, and 
the member's parents, at which time twelve percent of the senior class 
and eight percent of the junior class are inducted. The Honor Society 
ushers at school functions, is in charge of the bulletin boards, and 
issues a school handbook of information. 




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LIBRARY 
ASSISTANTS 

First Row: J. Gilbert, L. Govoni, V. 
Beane, M. E. Pierce, S. Billey, J. Parker, 
C. Elliot, A. Bradley, K. Cleveland. Back 
Row: P. Segal, C. Holmes, K. Atwood, 
L. Swartz, S. Mercer, Mr. Arthur Pyle, 
Sponsor; J. Kegler, B. Borsari, A. Samp- 
son, M. Mazalewski. 




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TRAVEL 
CLUB 



B. Hutton, H. Cavicchi, C. Dahl, D. 
Stern, K. Longhi, J. Billey, M. Brigida, 

C. Maccaferri, Miss Iris Albertini, Spon- 
sor; D. Tassinari, D. Richardson, W. 
Kriegel, R. Banzi. 




VARSITY 
CLUB 



First Row: C. Romano, R. Silva, J. 
Searles, L. Newey, R. Zaniboni, F. 
Anderson, W. Clark, B. Emond, L. 
Winokur, R. Rego, M. Souza. Middle 
Row: Mr. Mario Romano, Sponsor; D. 
Ragazzini, H. Barufaldi, J. Walton, E. 
Clough, T. Bussolari, R. Hall, S. Billey, 
F. Rose, L. Martin, B. Maffini, R. Kuhn, 
F. DeCost. Back Row: R. Ghidoni, M. 
Gunther, R. Travassos, K. Almeida, R. 
Cremonini, C. Craig, W. Morrill, P. 
Raymond, R. Beal, W. Stefani, R. Davis, 
D. Raymond. 




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Co-leaders: 
Virginia Emond, 
Elizabeth Searles 



Leader: 
Ruth Goodwin 




The Marching Girls, under the direction of Mr. John 
Pacheco, consists of an enthusiastic group of thirty- 
five sophomores, juniors and seniors. Each week they 
had extensive drilling perfecting a routine to be 
presented as half-time activities at our football games. 
Wearing the school colors of blue and white, these 
girls with smiling faces added spirit to the game and 
encouraged the team to win. 



Our half-time entertainers 




MARCHING GIRLS: Front Row: Ann White, Wendy Wolfenden, Patricia Voght, Anne Zoccolante, Judith 
Motta, Stephanie Gray, Helen Cavicchi, Virginia Beane, Marlene Brigida, Gail Ledo, Dorothy Stern, Lorna 
McLean. Second Row: Sandra Pedrini, Jacqueline Keller, Karen Longhi, Loretta Correa, Mary Beauregard, Sally 
Clark, Christine Shaw, Nancy Verre, Mary David, Lynda Govoni, Margot Hunson, Carol Morin, Ellen Withing- 
ton. Third Row: Mr. John Pacheco, Director; Carolyn Miskelly, Marcia Policow, Nancy Hathaway, Laurie 
Goodwin, Bonnie Hutton, Jean Patenaude, Patricia Souza, Susan Rogers, Anne Brewster, Barbara Policow, 
Candace Dahl. 

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Front Row: N. Parsons, P. Tinti, M. Policow, S. Pedrini, M. Carpeggiani, K. Cleveland, D. Moreau, R. Ellis, 
V. Pacheco, L. Romano, B. Costa, J. Guidetti, M. Guidoboni. Second Row: Mr. Louis Tata, Director; M. Brigida, 
S. Rogers, M. David, H. Broadbent, B. Fuller, D. Stern, K. Longhi, H. Cavicchi, V. Beane, S. Mercer, C. Roulias, 
J. Pitzer, J. Patenaude. Third Row: A. Baillargeon, P. Wirzburger, B. Ruffini, J. Gilbert, J. Sullivan, M. Hunson, 
B. Almeida, C. Roncarati, W. Beauregard, N. Swales, M. Mazalewski, B. Nelson, J. Carvalho, J. Fuller, A. Zocco- 
lante, A. Ferazzi, S. Surry. Fourth Row: P. Tolonen, R. Holman, B. Bourne, G. Armstrong, D. Eidridge, P. 
Kaiser, S. Silva, C. Elliot, D. Sirois, D. Carreiro, J. Martin, L. DeFabio, L. Pearson, J. Carpenter, D. Torrence, 
S. Aldrovandi. Fifth Row: L. Barnes, B. Hutton, L. Harlow, N. Chase, J. O'Neill, C. Valenziano, B. Borsari, 
M. O'Fihelly, N. Taddia, J. Serra, J. Motta, C. Wilson, R. Frazier. 



Music, Maestro... Please! 



Front Row: Paul Ceccarelli, Roy Kuhn, Richard Manfredi, Thomas Viera, Susan Prindle, Jacqueline Smith, 
Diane Borsari, Weston Whiting, Robert Rego, Kenneth Almeida, Walter Burke. Second Row: Robert Kramer, 
Clyde Medeiros, David Tong, Phyllis Cavicchi, Mr. John Pacheco, Director; Ronald Ledo, Henry Dickson, 
Louis Govoni, David Richardson, Ronald Peck. Third Row: Albert Saunders, Frederick Walton, Arthur Natalini, 
Ronald Banzi, William Kitchen, William Kriegel, Clement Romano, Thomas Bussolari, Harold Barufaldi, John 
Searles, Roy Santos. 







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Front Row: W. Clark, B. Bourne, 
C. Foley, L. Correa, Mr. C. Young, 
Sponsor; P. Wirzburger, J. Smith, 
J. White, P. Cavicchi, P. Morse, 
R. Davis. Second Row: M. Guido- 
boni, W. Burke, N. MacDuffee, W. 
Walton, A. Wirzburger, A. Terry, 
A. Notini. 



Electrons. ..and electronics 



Biology Science Seminar meets on Wednesday 
evenings from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Each meeting 
is conducted by a rotating chairman who plans 
the program and arranges assignments to mem- 
bers. This is strictly an honor group, and each 
member is expected to participate on his own 
initiative. 

This group has discussed scientific reviews of 
current literature, biographies of scientists, con- 
ducted scientific demonstrations, and heard 
many prominent guest speakers. 



The Radio Club consists of boys and girls 
who are interested in constructing and operating 
a ham radio. We have repaired and learned 
about the ham radio and many commercial 
radios. Mr. John Packard, our instructor, is a 
licensed radio operator and custodian of 
WIKMU, the school's radio. We have learned 
much about electricity and radio at our meet- 
ings and work periods. 




RADIO CLUB 
Front Row: D. Fernau, R. Banzi, 
A. Natalini, W. Kitchen, H. Dick- 
son, J. Searles, A. Belanger, H. 
Maini, F. Walton, Mr. J. Packard, 
Sponsor; D. Tracy, J. MacPhee, 
J. Pinnetti, K. Fortini. Second 
Row: R. Peck, P. Bongiovanni, E. 
Engstrom, A. Richardson, D. 
Tassinari, A. Saunders, G. Graffam, 
A. Wirzburger, D. Costa, G. Ma- 
Gee, E. Littlefield, D. Thissell, W. 
Kriegel. 



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Co-Captain 
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First Row: Stephen Billey, Frank Anderson, Robert Beal, Clement Romano, Judson Walton, Dennis Ragazzini, 
Robert Zaniboni, Edward Clough, Peter Clark, Robert Ghidoni, Wayne Stefani. Second Row: Barry Maffini, 
Robert Dickson, Michael Souza, Robert Rego, Paul Brewster, Lawrence Newey, Joseph Diachun, David Rand- 
all, Thomas Bussolari, Lawrence Winokur, Frederick DeCost. Third Row: Donald Maccaferri, Robert Hall, 
Richard Silva, David Raymond, Ralph Cremonini, James Thomas, Kenneth Cavicchi, James Costa, Martin 
Gunther, Roger Travassos. Last Row: Michael Cavicchi, Philip Raymond, Stephen Souza, Alfred Feleppa, Robert 
Crowell, Irving Harding, Charles Craig, Harold Barufaldi. 





Stephen Billey Ted Clough Wayne Stefani Pete Clark 

Bob Beal Larry Newey Jed Diachun Clem Romano 



Jud Walton Frank Anderson Harold Barufaldi 

Larry Winokur Fred DeCost Bob Ghidoni 



Best Season Since 1940! 



Bridge-water: Bridgewater High played host to 
the Plymouth Blue Eagles on September 29, in 
a delayed opener. Plymouth scored early in the 
first quarter and maintained the lead throughout 
the game, winning 24 to 14. Touchdowns were 
scored by Ghidoni, Bomano, and Anderson. All 
extra point attempts were successful. 

Rockland: The following week Plymouth faced 
a strong Bockland team at Siever Field. In the 
third quarter, Bockland scored upsetting Ply- 
mouth's 14 to 8 lead. Despite a last minute 
surge by Plymouth, Bockland went home with 
a decisive 16 to 14 victory. 

Middleboro: Stinging from their previous week's 
defeat, the Blue Eagles traveled to Middleboro 



and came home with a 28 to 20 victory. Touch- 
downs were scored by Beal, Bagazzini, Bomano, 
and Ghidoni. 

Whitman: On October 18, Whitman journeyed 
to Plymouth and scored all four touchdowns on 
quick openings and long runs. It was the first 
time in two years that a Plymouth team had 
been shut out. 

Abington: The entire Plymouth squad saw action 
as the Shiretowners romped over Abington 38 
to 14! Touchdowns were scored by Bomano, 
Ghidoni, and Bagazzini, with extra points by 
Bomano, Anderson, and Souza. The only safety 
of the season was scored by Travassos. (Con- 
tinued on page 76). 




Hit 'em low, Rags! 



Scituate: Plymouth's offense ran wild 
to defeat a strong Scituate club in a free- 
scoring battle 34 to 32. Denny Rags 
romped for three touchdowns, while 
Maffini and Anderson each scored one. 
Romano and Ghidoni scored the extra 
points. 

Randolph: On November 8, the Blue 
Eagles defeated a strong Randolph team 
34 to 26 in a highly spirited contest. Al- 
though the Shiretowners led throughout 
the game, the Randolph Eleven tied 
the score at 26 to 26 with little over one 
minute remaining. After a series of 
Romano to Ragazzini passes, Clem ran 
around his right end for the winning 
T.D. with only seconds to go. 

Barnstable: The following Saturday 
Plymouth traveled to Hyannis to meet 
the Red Raiders of Barnstable. After a 
poor first half, the Plymouth club came 
to life and at the final whistle led 30 to 
8. The day was sparked by Denny Rags, 
who scored four touchdowns! 

Silver Lake: On Thanksgiving morning 
the first annual football classic between 
Plymouth High and Silver Lake Region- 
al High was played at Siever Field. A 
capacity crowd watched the Blue Eagles 
defeat the Lakers 28 to 14. This was 
the seventh victory for the Blue Eagles 
and the climax of a very successful sea- 
son. Credit was due to not only the 
scoring punch of the backs, but also to 
the stalwart play of the line. 




Will he make it? 

Have ball, will travel! 







Come on, Rags, follow me! 



A. K. Finney 





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Coach John Sarson, Mr. Mario Romano, 
Coach Joseph DeSisto 



Who's got the ball? 




Let me go, you fresh thing! 







During the 1958-59 season, our basketball team 
compiled an outstanding record of 12 wins and 
3 losses in league competition. In post season 
play, the Blue Eagles were defeated by Stough- 
ton High in the first round of the South Shore 
Tourney, but bounced back by defeating St. 
Clement's and Lynn Trade in the first two rounds 
of the Tech Tourney eliminations. To culminate 
the season, the team played Oliver Ames High 
School at the Boston Gardens. Despite their 
narrow defeat 57 to 64, the entire Plymouth 
squad deserved commendation for such a fine 
performance. It was the first time that a Ply- 
mouth team had played at the "Garden" since 
1953. (Continued on page 80). 



Hoop Highlights... 



First Row: Kenneth Almeida, Lawrence Martin, Frank Anderson, Clement Romano, Roy Kuhn, Stephen Billey. 
Rack Row: Lawrence Newey, Lawrence Winokur, Robert Hall, Coach; Harold Rogers, Thomas Bussolari, 
Robert Rego, Harold Barufaldi. Absent: Richard Silva. 




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cessful season. Only through his untiring efforts 
could the team have attained such heights. Rec- 
ognition is also in store for our co-captains Frank 
Anderson and Clem Romano, who led the Eagles 
brilliantly as they stole passes, set up plays, and 
showed the leadership that rated them their 
positions. Both men played three years of varsity 
basketball, scoring a fantastic total of nearly 
1800 points between them. The rebounding of 
Steve Billey, the ball handling of Larry Martin, 
and the play-making of Roy Kuhn, combined 
with the co-captains' abilities were directly 
responsible for the outstanding record of the 
1958-59 season. 

Although losing the "first five" at graduation, 
prospects for the future of basketball at Ply- 
mouth High look very bright. There is a fine 
nucleus in the freshman and junior varsity 
squads which undoubtedly will be the springing 
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J.V. SCOREBOARD 

vs. Silver Lake 38-51 

vs. Whitman 49-27 

vs. Rockland 40-38 

vs. Wareham 35-67 

vs. Abington 50-37 

vs. Middleboro 24-40 

vs. Hingham 50-38 

vs. Silver Lake 39-37 

vs. Whitman 46-37 

vs. Rockland 42-31 

vs. Wareham 43-51 

vs. Abington 37-38 

vs. Middleboro 37-36 

vs. Hingham 44-43 






JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM 
Front Row: Paul Rrewster, Dennis Veiga, Robert Guidaboni, Charles Maccaferri. Back Row: 
William Kriegel, Roland Randall, Ronald Peck, Weston Whiting, Donald Maccaferri. Absent: 
Philip Green and George Magee. 




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William Morrill, William Kriegel, Bruce Emond, Coach Harold Rogers, Robert Davis, Robert Kramer. 

Track and Cross country... 



CROSS COUNTRY SCOREBOARD 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 37-1S* 

Plymouth vs. Whitman ...27-28 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 36-19 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 38-17 
"Lower score wins. 




TRACK SCOREBOARD 

Plymouth vs. Hingham & Middleboro 16-62-29° 

Plymouth vs. Rockland & Whitman 13-46-47 

Plymouth vs. Abington & YYareham 18-46-42 

Plymouth vs. Rockland & YVareham 30-35-41 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 25-61 

Plymouth vs. Hingham & Abington 22-55-31 
"Highest score wins. 



TRACK 

First Row: Russell Cane- 
vazzi, Thomas Brewster, 
Robert Bea!. Lawrence 
Xewey, Alfred Feleppa. 
Back Row: Stephen Billey. 
Robert Davis, Richard 
Osborne, Robert Ghidoni. 
Coach Harold Rogers. 
Kenneth Almeida. Richard 
Beane. Donald Maccaferri. 



Baseball Review... 



The 1958 baseball team, under the fine coaching 
of Mr. Antone Spath, compiled an excellent 
record of 10 wins and 4 losses. Although com- 
posed mostly of underclassmen, the boys showed 
outstanding ability. Much of the season's suc- 
cess, however, was due to the dependable per- 
formance of the seniors. Without the spirit of 
Captain Gavoni, the hitting of Bill Nagle, the 



defense of Bob Souza, the pitching of Joe Cotti, 
and the speed of Howie Borsari, Plymouth's 
record would undoubtedly not have been so 
good. Despite these losses at graduation, the 
combination of returning varsity and entering 
freshman should provide the formula for another 
successful season. 




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Front Row: Coach Clyde Craig, Frank Anderson, Roy Kuhn, Joseph Cotti, Howard Borsari, Robert Souza, 
George Gavoni, William Nagle, Clement Romano, Dennis Ragazzini, Richard Silva, Coach Antone Spath. 
Back Row: Andrew Guerra, Thomas Viera, Irving Harding, Leo Wirzburger, Michael Souza, Philip Raymond, 
Robert Martin, William Clark, Robert Rego. 



1958 BASEBALL SCOREBOARD 



Plymouth vs. Whitman 2-3 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 23-1 

Plymouth vs. Abington 11-1 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 2-1 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 7-5 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 6-1 

Plymouth vs. Whitman 5-4 



Plymouth vs. Wareham 1-10 

Plymouth vs. Rockland 10-3 

Plymouth vs. Abington 14-1 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 10-12 

Plymouth vs. Wareham 0-3 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 5-4 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake 6-0 



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First Row: Coach Marjorie Knight; Manager Wendy Wolfenden; J. Goodwin, C. Miskelly, B. Ruffini, J. Gilbert, 
Co-Captains S. Clark and A. Zoccolante; E. Searles, S. Prindle, J. MacPhee; Manager Jacqueline Smith. 
Second Row: Manager Linda Harlow; A. Brewster, C. Dalil, J. Emond, A. Fernandes, J. Wild, P. Souza, P. 
Morse, N. MacDuffee, J. Billey, L. Estes, J. Carvalho, A. Terry, N. Hathaway, L. Goodwin, J. Keller, P. Cavic- 
chi, B. Hutton. Third Row: S. Rogers, S. Clark, D. Ottino, V. Quintal, V. Beane, C. Fry, J. Patenaude, L. 
Barnes, M. E. Pierce, W. Sears, E. Withington, H. Cavicchi, K. Longhi, B. Policow, N. Parsons. 

Hoopsterettes show stamina 




Anne Zoccolante, Co-Captain; 
Coach Marjorie Knight; Susan 
Clark, Co-Captain. 



Over here, Sue! 



This \ear Plymouth High's girls basketball team 
had a most outstanding season. The fifty-one 
girls who played on the Varsity and Junior 
Varsity teams displayed fine ability and sports- 
manship. There was great enthusiasm shown by 
everyone on the teams, contributing greatly to 
their success. Both teams compiled records of 13 
wins and 1 loss. 



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VARSITY SCORES 



Plymouth 46 

Rockland 21 

Plymouth 45 

Abington 27 

Plymouth 56 

Middleboro 29 

Plymouth 35 

Hingham 27 

Plymouth 51 

Silver Lake 21 

Plymouth 58 

Bridgewater 44 

Plymouth 47 

Marshfield 44 



Plymouth 63 

Bridgewater 45 

Plymouth 66 

Abington 47 

Plymouth 66 

Middleboro 38 

Plymouth 71 

Hingham 47 

Plymouth 36 

Silver Lake 45 

Plymouth 66 

Rockland 24 



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Obstruction, girlie! 






Is it in, or is it in? 



JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES 



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Plymouth 22 

Rockland 21 

Plymouth 28 

Abington 22 

Plymouth 21 

Middleboro 13 

Plymouth 22 

Hingham 14 

Plymouth 27 

Silver Lake 18 

Plymouth 36 

Bridgewater 19 

Plymouth 24 

Marshfield 14 



Hey the ball is stuck. 



Plymouth 34 

Bridgewater 9 

Plymouth 30 

Abington 16 

Plymouth 33 

Middleboro 19 

Plymouth 33 

Hingham 18 

Plymouth 27 

Silver Lake 16 

Plymouth 20 

Rockland 21 



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Field Hockey... 

The girls hockey team completed another suc- 
cessful season this fall. In addition to the regular 
schedule, the varsity traveled to Concord, Mass., 
where they participated in a hockey field day. 
The girls won 1, lost 1, and tied 1, a good record 
considering that this was the first team from 
Plymouth ever to attend. 



Varsity Co-Captains 
Susan Prindle, Diane Guaraldi 




Front Row: B. Ruffini, E. Withington, L. Goodwin, N. MacDuffee, C. Miskelly, A. Zoccolante, J. Wild, J. 
Gilbert. Second Row: Coach Marjorie Knight; W. Wolfenden, Manager; B. Policow, J. Billey, R. Goodwin, D. 
Guaraldi, A. Terry, P. Morse, C. Clough, Manager. Third Row D. Jenkins, V. Beane, C. Fry, N. Hathaway, 
D. Moreau, H. Cavicchi, J. Keller, S. Clark, M. E. Pierce, S. Mercer. Last Row: K. Longhi, P. Cavicchi, J. 
Goodwin, A. Brewster, N. Parsons, W. Sears, J. Smith. 



VARSITY SCOREBOARD 



Plymouth 1 

Hingham 4 

Plymouth 6 

Middleboro 2 

Plymouth 3 

Abington 1 

Plymouth 4 

Silver Lake 2 

Plymouth 4 

Middleboro 

Plymouth 1 

Marshfield 4 



Plymouth 1 

Hingham 3 



Plymouth 
Bridgewater 



Plymouth 1 

Dana Hall 2 

Plymouth 4 

Wellesley 

Plymouth 2 

Concord 2 



JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES 



Plymouth . 

Hingham 

Plymouth 1 

Middleboro 2 



Plymouth 1 

Abington 

Plymouth 

Silver Lake 



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Middleboro 



Plymouth 
Marshfield 



Plymouth 1 

Hingham 2 

Plymouth 2 

Bridgewater 




What's this, ring around the rosy? 



Go get 'em Annie! 



Hockey Junior Varsity Co-Captains 
Judith Billey and Jacqueline Keller 



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On your mark, get set, GO! 








SOFTBALL 

Front Row: C. Miskelly, J. 
Goodwin, N. MacDuffee, P. 
Cavicchi. Back Row: K. 
Little, A. Fitts, L. Goodwin, 

B. Buffini, J. Gilbert, Coach 
Marjorie Knight. 

TENNIS 

D. Guaraldi, J. Goodwin, P. 
Morse, S. Clark, S. Prindle, 

C. Miskelly, Coach Marjorie 
Knight. 



Softball and Tennis 



SOFTBALL SCOREBOARD 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 9-20 

Plymouth vs. Bridgewater 9-7 

Plymouth vs. Abington 5-22 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 22-23 

Plymouth vs. Hingham 10-9 

Plymouth vs. Middleboro 24-15 




TENNIS SCOREBOARD 

Plymouth vs. Scituate Lost 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake Won 

Plymouth vs. Duxbury Lost 

Plymouth vs. Hingham Won 

Plymouth vs. Scituate Lost 

Plymouth vs. Silver Lake Won 

Plymouth vs. Duxbury Won 

Plymouth vs. Hingham Won 



TENNIS 

D. Guaraldi, J. Goodwin, P. 
Morse, S. Clark, S. Prindle, 
C. Miskelly, Coach Marjorie 
Knight. 




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Sports Review... 




Scratch a little higher, Rags; 
you too, Pete! 



Le land's 



Wendy Beauregard 




Usherettes 



The cheerleaders dressed in blue and white lead 
the student body in cheering the Eagles on to 
victory. The pep rallies, the colorful hoops and 
signs are examples of their school spirit. Winning 
or losing, you'll find these girls cheering the team 
on until the last second of the game. 



Patricia Veiga 
Captain 



Front Row: Patricia Veiga. 
Second Roto: Mary Monti, 
Reeta Romano, Wendy 
Beauregard, ' Janet White. 
Third Row: Ann Sampson, 
Judy Romano, Janice Martin. 






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Virginia Hutton 


Mr. Milo Cavicchi 


Mr. & Mrs. Lothrop Withington, Jr. 


"Hoppy" Zobbi 


Charles A. Welch 


Mr. & Mrs. Nando Bussolari 


A Friend 


A Friend 


Mr. & Mrs. Hector E. Patenaude 


Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Miskelly 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph B. Correa 


Mr. & Mrs. Elmer Haskins 


Mrs. Henry Wittens 


Helen C. Doherty 


Mr. & Mrs. Edward Baler 


Mary M. Dolan 


Benjamin Cohen 


Mr. Edward Bradford 


Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Belanger 


Mr. & Mrs. E. Fiske Mabbett 


Pilgrim Drug 


Mrs. H. W. Wolfenden 


Anti's Tailor Shop 


Mr. & Mrs. Harold S. Damon 


Town Shoe Service 


Mr. & Mrs. Fletcher R. Edes 


Louis' Barber Shop 


Mr. John Holmes 


Plymouth Antique Centre 


Mr. & Mrs. John Wagner 


Petroleum Sales and Services Inc. 


Elmer A. Shaw 


Connie Fitzgerald Real Estate 


Mr. & Mrs. Warren K. Girard 


Mayflower Package Store 


Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Barbieri 


Cohen's Furniture 


Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence W. Goodwin 


Plymouth Dental Lab 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Monti 


Beaman and Son 


Greg's Barber Shop 


O'Keefe's Hat Shoppe 


Reardon's Beauty Shop 


Wright's Greenhouses 


Carroll Cut Rate 


Kingston Flying A 


Pat Verre 


Mr. & Mrs. Francis Verre 


Mr. & Mrs. Peter Billey 


Nancy Verre 


Mr. & Mrs. R. M. Winokur 



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SPONSORS 


Jose's 




The Hobshole House & Motel 


Zanellos Furniture 




Lincoln Street Service Station 


Reliable Fish Company 


Inc. 


Bumpus Machine Shop 


Harry Fries 




Angie's Music Shop 


Henry's Furniture 




Barbieri's Market 


Perino's Service Station 




Contente's Shoe Store 


Bell Shops 




Mariner Boat Shop 


Cape Travel Agency 




Valente Bros. Florists 


Perry's Market 




Knife's Grocery 


Victoria's Market 




Green Thumb 


Old Colony Laundry 




Prince St. Service Station 


Manomet Bakery 




Forn Sign Co. 


Kingston Block Co., Inc. 




Mando's Furniture Store 


Sullivan's Taxi Service 




North Plymouth Hardware 


Sunshine Stores Inc. 




Cappannari Bros. 


The E. S. Burns Insurance Agency 


Gulf Twins Service Station 


Dexter's Shoe Store 




Dunlap's Service Station 


Stein's Furniture 




Cartmell Funeral Home 


People's Super Market 




Wiggin Tire & Home Supply Co. 


Bartlett Oil Company 




Sears Roebuck & Co. 


Plymouth Rock Grocery 




Mary Ann's Donut Shop 


Sherwin & Williams Co. 




Holmes Grocery 


Pilgrim-Buick-Pontiac Sales, Inc. 


Plymouth Rock Hdw. Co. 



Mel's Auto Repair 
Wood's Fish Market 



Boyer's Color Center 

Mr. & Mrs. James J. Connell 



Dr. & Mrs. Louis J. Muthig 



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Acknowledgment 

In our review of the work in editing our yearbook 
we realize that special credit is due to the many 
people who have given us valuable service. To the 
following we extend our sincere thanks: 



Miss Rose Briggs for obtaining permission 
to use Mrs. Ellis Brewster's drawing of 
the Pilgrims' Progress for our end pages. 

Mrs. Dickson and "Ted'' for their many 
services rendered in connection with the 
most valuable part of the book— the 
photography. 

All those who typed who were not on the 
regular typing staff. 



One of our photography editors Nancy 
Verre, who went beyond the call of duty 
and stayed with the Pilgrim until it was 
sent to press. 

Mrs. Whiting and her office girls, who 
were always willing and ready to help. 
Our advertisers for supporting the 1959 
Pilgrim. 



Pat Voght for her clever cover design and 
other art work. 

Leo Voght, the most loyal supporter and 
booster, who had no staff title but who 
aided the Pilgrim through to its comple- 
tion supplying humor with his many witty 
captions. 



The faculty for their patience when 
classes were interrupted for the taking of 
group pictures. 



Mr. Robert Vantine of the Delmar Print- 
ing Company for his advice and assistance 
in planning layout and production. 



Bruce Emond for not only doing the 
greatest job any business editor has ever 
done, but also for typing and setting up of 
the copy. 



Without the aid of these wonderful people 
we, the editors, could never have met the 
"dead-line" for the Pilgrim of '59. 



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ANNUAL 

GRADUATION EXERCISES 
PLYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL 

CLASS OF 

1959 




Plymouth Memorial Building 

THURSDAY, JUNE ELEVENTH 

Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-nine 

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Green and Silver 



CLASS FLOWER 
Pink Carnation 



CLASS MOTTO 
Within Ourselves Our Future Lies. 



CLASS SONG 

The Ways of Life 

The ways of life are harsh and stern. 
They challenge us each day. 
We all must face them valiantly 
If we're to And our way. 

We must have faith in our Ivord God. 
Through prayer we shall prevail. 
With Hun to guide us through all strife 
We surely cannot fail. 

Our future lies within ourselves. 
We'll conquer all that's met. 
With courage, hope, and fortitude 
We'll reach the goals we've set. 

Words by Anne Zoccolaute 
Music by Stephanie Gray 



ART HONORS 

Lincoln Memorial Statue Francis Brenner 

Lincoln and the Mother John Jones 

Lincoln Memorial Building Carolyn Schiano 

Log Cabin Patricia Veiga 

Lincoln and the Slave Patricia Voght 

Young Lincoln Duncan Weaver 

LETTERS and NUMERALS 

Philip Fornaciari Dennis Motta 

Judith Parker 






PROGRAM 



PROCESSIONAL 

Pomp and Circumstance Elgar 

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL BAND 
THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER 

CLASS OF 1959 AND AUDIENCE 
INVOCATION 

REVEREND MELFORD A. MESQUITTA 
Bethel A. M. E. Church 

PEACE I ASK OP THEE, O FATHER Wood 

CLASS OF 1959 
ADDRESS OF WELCOME 

FRANK ANDERSON 
President of the Class of 1959 
PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT 

STEPHEN BILLEY 
ACCEPTANCE OF CLASS GIFT 

ANDREW GUERRA 
President of the Class of 1960 
CLASS POEM 

Written by CYNTHIA FOLEY 
Delivered by WENDY WOLFENDEN 
LINCOLN, MAN OF THE PEOPLE 

ABE LINCOLN HAD JUST ONE COUNTRY Kern 

CLASS OF 1959 
THE DAY LINCOLN WAS BORN 

Written by LAWRENCE WINOKUR 
Delivered by RUTH GOODWIN 
VOICES FROM THE PAST 

Written by JACQUELINE SMITH 
Delivered by JOSEPH DIACHUN 
JEAN MACPHEE 
THE DAY LINCOLN WAS SHOT 

Written by VIRGINIA EMOND 
Delivered by WAYNE STEFANI 

TRAMP, TRAMP, TRAMP Goldman 

Clarinet Solo, ROY KUHN 
Accompanist, STEPHANIE GRAY 
PRESENTATION OF AWARDS 

MR. LAWRENCE M. BONGIOVANNI 
Principal 
PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS 

MR. JOSEPH CONTENTE 
Chairman of the School Committee 
CLASS SONG 

Words by ANNE ZOCCOLANTE 
Music by STEPHANIE GRAY 
BENEDICTION 

FATHER JEREMIAH O'NEILL 
St. Bonaventure's Church 
RECESSIONAL 

War March of the Priests Mendelssohn 

The audience is requested to refrain from applause until after 
the presentation of the diplomas and to remain seated when the 
graduates enter and leave the hall. 



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OFFICERS OF THE CLASS OF 1959 



OFFICERS OF THE CLASS OF 1959 
President, FRANK ANDERSON 

Vice-President, STEPHEN BILLEY 
Secretary, PATRICIA VEIGA 

Treasurer, DIANE GUARALDI 





Class 
George Steven Aldrovandi 
Rachel May Alexander 
Betty Frances Almeida 
Joan Marie Alves 
Robert Burton Ames 
Frank Anderson 
Carolyn Webster Arruda 

♦Gregory Robert Baler 
Brenda Louise Bartlett 
Harold Henry Barufaldi 
Robert Whiting Beal 
Wendy Beauregard 
•{■♦Stephen Frederick Billey 
Patricia Mary Black 
Robert James Branagan 
Francis Thomas Brenner 
John Joseph Brown 

♦Walter James Burke 
Warren John Cabral 
Althea Margaret Callahan 
Norma Ann Calzolari 
Marisa Carpeggiani 
Carol Ann Cavacco 
Nancy Adelade Chase 
Peter Clark 
Susan Clark 
William Weild Clark 



of 1959 

Edward Martin Clough, Jr. 

Betty Ann Concheri 

Barbara Evelyn Costa 

Katherine Marie Anne Darsch 
•(-♦Robert Winslow Davis 

Frederick Stanley DeCost, Jr. 
fJoseph Edward Diachun 

Fred Dittrich, III 

Sandra Joyce Dries 

Claire LeRoya Elliot 
f *Bruce Arthur Emond 
f *Virginia Ruth Emond 

Daniel Enos 

Margaret Ellen Fahey 

Ann Marie Ferazzi 

Joanne Ferrari 
♦Cynthia Joyce Foley 

Philip John Fornaciari 

Robert Mando Ghidoni 

Judith Ellen Gilbert 

Jane Claire Goodwin 
f ♦Ruth Marie Goodwin 

Stephanie Ann Gray 
f*Diane Kathryn Guaraldi 
f *Mary Elena Guidoboni 

Irving Wilson Harding 

Patricia Ann Hauthaway 



MaryAnn Higgins 
Margaret Fredeline Hunson 
Carl Manual Jacintho 
Dorothy Ann Jenkins 
Ethelyn Marie Jones 
John Thomas Jones, Jr. 
Judith Mae Jones 
Patricia Katherine Kaiser 
Judith Ann Kegler 
Roy Albert Kuhn 
Andrea Jane LaRocque 
Karl Arthur Lekberg, Jr. 
Patricia Ann Lunt 
* Nancy Elaine MacDuffee 

f *Jean Edith MacPhee 
Harold William Maini 
Richard Antone Manfredi 
Ina Nancy Marsh 
Lawrence Philip Martin 
Lorna Anne McLean 
Mary Lucretia Monti 
Carol Ann Morin 
William Thomas Morrill 

f *Priscilla Ethel Morse 
Dennis John Motta 
Judith Marie Motta 
Laurence Russell Newey 
Linda Fay Nickerson 
Wendy Jane Olson 
Bryon Edward Owens 
Veronica Mae Pacheco 
Judith Ann Parker 
*Linda Joyce Pearson 
Carolyn Mae Pimental 



Rosalie Marie Pinto 
f *Susan Baker Prindle 
Dennis James Ragazzini 
Clement Edward Romano 
Lena Alice Romano 
*Reeta Elizabeth Romano 
Carol Ann Ronoarati 
Faustine Canute Rose, Jr. 
Barbara Selina Rufflni 
Ronald David Santos 
Carolyn Ann Schiano 
Elizabeth Webster Searles 
Paula Ethel Segal 
Jean Ann Serra 
Beverly Lorraine Skulsky 
♦Jacqueline Smith 
Wayne Gaetano Stefani 
Marcia Sturtevant 
Janet Ann Sullivan 
Patricia Louise Tolonen 
Patricia Ann Veiga 
*Nancy Marie Verre 
Thomas Michael Viera 
Leo Charles Voght 
Patricia Mae Voght 
Jean Marion Wall 
Walter Francis Wall 
Judson Crane Walton 
Duncan Mclntire Weaver 
f *Ann Marie White 
f *Lawrence Ira Winokur 
f *Wendy Wolfenden 
Stanley Wood, Jr. 
f *Robert Joseph Zaniboni 
Anne Zoccolante 



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Our heritage from our the Past 
rich wifh deeds of common men; 
?alth of heroes lies amassed 
:her ish and defend. 

The coffers overflow wift gold 
OP freedom — and Ihe rights of man ; 
Ours the charge on hi(jh Jo hold 
The precepts of the Mashers plan 

ThePresenf bids us sfand anew 
lo c^uara the o^iFrs our fathers worn 
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Committees for Graduation Exercises 



Gregory Baler, General Chairman 



Betty Almeida 
Carol Cavacco 
Peter Clark 
Susan Clark 
William Clark 
Edward Clough 
Joseph Diachun 



Peter Clark 
Edward Clough 
Robert Ghidoni 



DECORATIONS 

Nancy Verre, Chairman 
Bruce Emond 
Diane Guaraldi 
Karl Lekberg 
Jean MacPhee 
Carol Morin 
Reeta Romano 
Carolyn Schiano 



Elizabeth Searles 
Patricia Veiga 
Patricia Voght 
Duncan Weaver 
Lawrence Winokur 
Wendy Wolfenden 
Anne Zoccolante 



STAGE 

Robert Zaniboni, Chairman 



Judson Walton 



SEATING PLAN 

Stephen Billey 



Wayne Stefani 
Thomas Viera 
Leo Voght 



PROGRAMS 

Cynthia Foley 



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FLOWERS 

Virginia Emond, Chairman 
Stephanie Gray Barbara Ruflini 

Mary Monti Patricia Tolonen 



MUSIC 

Ann White, Chairman 
Susan Prindle Jacqueline Smith 



INVITATIONS 

Priscilla Morse Diane Guaraldi 



Committees for Class Night 



Joseph Diachun, General Chairman 
MUSIC MATRONS 

Walter Burke Cynthia Foley 

William Clark 
Marissa Carpeggianni 



DECORATIONS 

Edward Clough, Chairman 

Robert Beal Robert Branagan 

Robert Davis Frederick DeCost 

Bruce Emond Jane Goodwin 

Stephanie Gray Diane Guaraldi 

Jean MacPhee Harold Maini 

Clement Romano Leo Voght 

Wayne Stefani Wendy Wolfenden 



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